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Saturday, September 6, 2008


Darwin was wrong. It is not survival of the fittest made by random changes and happenstance. It is survival of the best processing. It is not the fittest that survive-- it is those that have the most logical biomolecular processing relative to their environment.

They survive because they are made that way, they are not made that way by survival. It is not a matter of blind chance. It is deliberate processing, and the best output survives.

Darwin saw only the result, and said that was the cause.

And because the processors and programs are both made of DNA it is small wonder that the same or similar results can be arrived at by different routes. Logic is logic.