First, I didn't say closed to energy and obviously such closure isn't even
implied. Obviously, I'm talking about an independent system, not an
system. How about "closed to outside information and organization."
> Secondly, evolution is actually defined as the change in the frequency of
> one or more genes within a population of organisms.
Secondly, as no one is disputing that genes in a population change in
definition is irrelevant.
> Read any textbook by
> Douglas Futuyma for the empirical evidence of this that you seek.
> No doubt you will maintain that only macroevolution is truely evolution in
> the sense you mean it. There too Futuyma can provide the
> empirical evidence you seek.
As I assert Evolution (the indefinite increase of complexity in a system
only to energy -- such as ameba-to-man) is impossible, I'm confident that
of Futuyma's books contain empirical examples.
I've offered this challenge for years; no one has ever met the challenge.
Evolutionists can't even show that evolution is possible, why are we wasting
time debating weak circumstantial evidence that it accounts for the