Re: reply to Benzon

From: William Benzon (
Date: Tue 27 May 2003 - 22:00:56 GMT

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    on 5/27/03 1:23 PM, Richard Brodie at wrote:

    > So you're looking into non-Darwinian models of evolution, since Darwinism is
    > all about "copy" and "replicate".

    Darwinism is, first of all, about random variation and selective retention. Replication is secondary and didn't enter the picture until Watson and Crick.

    There are computer models indicating that Darwinian evolution can happened without high-fidelity replication.


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