>The overriding priority in science is prediction. Is there any theory of
>evolution that allows one to predict the several different possible
>evolutions, and to assign a probability to each? I would think, as a
>physicist, that such a theory is almost unattainable. I believe the
>fundamental problems in physics, e.g. the values of the masses of
>elementary particles, the value of the coupling constants, etc., are mere
>play compared to what you are advocating.
Are there any theories of meteorology which allows one to predict the
weather 6 months from today? By this criteria, meteorology is in the same
boat as is evolution. Which boat is that, Moorad?
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