Your former student is on a path I have mused over, though not to this
extent, before. I do environmental work, and in some of the descriptions
of chemicals we may encounter, they are described as poisons which cause
mutations. When I first saw that, I wondered why evolutionists don't
intentionally eat the mutation-causing poisons to enhance the
evolutionary potential of their offspring. Your protogee might consider
suggesting that all couples wanting to have children should be eating
poisons that induce mutations. Just think of the possibilities if they
could shove ten million years of mutations into one generation!
Will Provine has stated the implications of evolutionary materialistic
philosophy; these might be good to include. Let me know if you can't
find them and I'll try to dig them up.
On Fri, 14 Jan 2000 08:24:26 -0800 "Arthur V. Chadwick"
>A former student of mine is in a graduate program at a major
>the west coast. He is taking a class that has given him the
>debate a position on ethics and evolution. If you have any comments
>helpful suggestions, please send them to me and I will forward them.
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