Re: Where's the Evolution?

Ami Chopine (
Thu, 1 Apr 1999 15:24:54 -0800

> Of course the best example of nature creating complexity is
> evolution itself.

CumminsL No, that's a bad example because you're not using an empirical
you're using your own interpretation of circumstantial evidence as an

Pim: Not at all, one can observe how evolutionary processes create
complexity. For instance the change from single cellular to multicellular

As sound as the theory of evolution is, isn't it still a theory? The
ability of things to evolve naturally, step by step, from simple to complex
is a prediction of evolution. Therefore, to invoke the predictions of the
theory itself to prove the theory is a bit circular, isn't it?


Ami Chopine