Monday, October 17, 2011

Evolution by trial and error is nonsense

Conventionally accepted definition and theory of evolution as 'trial and error' doesn't really make sense to me. Firstly, an 'error' is an arbitrary judgment (yesterday it was a mistake, today it's ok)... secondly, the nature never makes errors (only from a limited human perspective it may appear to do). The universe is governed by a set of precise laws. So is the nature and evolution. There's no space for error. Everything has its meaning.
I am arguing that nothing really is spontaneous. There's no chaos as such (only appearance of it due to failure to see the bigger pattern), the universe is not being 'pushed apart' (Big Bang explosion) but rather being 'pulled apart' towards a mysterious attractor. In other words, randomness is a convenient myth.

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