RE: Logic + universal evolution

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    > > Do we mean evolution as in a literal 'coming out of what preceded', or
    > > do we mean biological evolution based on differential reproductive
    > > success (which would, as Wade says, be a complete misapplication)?
    > >
    > When speaking of biological evolution, I mean the first, that is, a
    > random array of mutations differentially selected by natural
    > environments.

    And to this we may now add human evolution by design, or evolutionary
    development and management.

    - Lawrence

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