29932Re: Living things are designed to evolve.
- Nov 1, 2012--- In OriginsTalk@yahoogroups.com, Charles Palm <palmcharlesUU@...> wrote:
>These are all fine examples of the sort of design produced by natural selection.
> you see the very leafy caterpillar, or the well-disguised gliding lizard,
> or the tiny Chiffchaff bird, or the inconspicuous grasshopper hiding out,
> or The Emperor Dragonfly, or The Jaguar that is South America's biggest
> feline, or camouflaged crabs, or the spider, or the tiny frog?
>And natural selection is not random. It naturally produces design, though not intelligent design. Just intelligent designers, some of them human.
> 2 http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Camoflage Camoflage is an example of
> Charles P: There are two possibilities for living things: (1) design or (2)
> no design. No design = random. Design = not random.
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