Date: Sat 02 Nov 2002 - 19:56:49 GMT
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> > No, evolution tends to favor progressively more complex and
> > elaborated systems, which permit a wider range of possible
> > alternatives to the organism, and thus increase the likelihood that
> > it will survive to reproduce. Not from singular to multiplicity,
> > but from less complex to more complex system.
> That is what I imply ! But my catch is to say that the process from
> less complex to more complex is an evolutionary adaptation, not a
> physical law of nature ! The notion of tendency leads to a somewhat
> obscure path of goal- intented behavior, where IMO there is none.
> Tendency is religious related, dependent of an unknown force... I don
> 't like that ! But that wasn 't the thing you said I suppose !
I agree that the process is an evolutionarily adaptive one.
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