Big brain evolution: new human brain area found (Evolution)

by David Turell @, Thursday, December 06, 2018, 18:21 (10 days ago) @ dhw

Dhw: As regards new areas, we would need to know the whole history of brain evolution, starting with the very first brains, to establish when new areas formed in pre-chimpanzee and then pre-human brains. Just as we would need to know what new areas formed to create every organ that distinguishes us from bacteria. But yes, every new organ and every new part of an organ requires the coalition and cooperation of cell communities – whether your God guided them or not. It’s the same issue: are cells intelligent enough to innovate? You say no, and I say maybe.

DAVID: Neat dodge. This is a demonstrated biologic gap, not a bony gap where it can be used as an excuse that we simply haven't found the fossils to fill the gap. This gap supports my design and designer argument.

dhw: Neat dodge. It doesn’t matter what sort of gap it is; changes to any part of the body always require the coalition and cooperation of cell communities, whether God guides them or not.

Neat dodge. There is no cooperation by cells if the are redesigned and made into a new construction by a designer. The cells become what they are designed to become. You and I explain gaps very differently.


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