Re: information creation and promissory materialism (was
Thu, 14 Oct 1999 05:54:47 +0000

At 12:17 AM 10/14/1999 EDT, wrote:
>In a message dated 99-10-13 22:20:26 EDT, you write:
>Mike writes:
> >Someone needs to explain this to bacteria. They are the predominate
> >life form on earth and have been evolving for the longest period of time.
> >Yet there is no clear trend that bacteria have increased their complexity
> >to fill every available niche.
>>As a direct descendant of a bacterium (or more realistically, at least
>>*two* bacterial lineages), I question the suggestion that we've not
>>increased our complexity over the course of evolution.
>I see. One lineage out of millions. I guess for some the exception
>does prove the rule.

Not only our lineage but cats, catfish, mussels, clams, shrimps, worms,
geckos, dinosaurs, robins, coral,.......

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