The text of WHEE is a comprehensive clarification of the evolution question, but the complexity of the book throws people off. They are so used to the natural selection thesis, a thesis for morons who can’t get past the high school sports competition mentality, that anything hard is swiftly ignored. But the strategy is simple and deadly for darwinism: consider that evolution in deep time is observable, but the mechanism not so easy to observe. The assumption that natural selection is at work is pure speculation. Noone can resolve the observation of that process.
We can further challenge ‘random evolution’ by showing something we can observe, a non-random pattern in recent world history. Darwinism is based on the idea that the non-random can’t exist in evolution. But we see clear evidence that this is false.
And it is very unlikely that a random process will lead up to and conclude with a non-random process.
The case here is strange, but decisive, and introduces us to the kind of hypercomplex dynamics of real evolution.
Time for another read-through of WHEE:
http://history-and-evolution.com/whee4th/intro1_1_1.htmP In search of history
http://history-and-evolution.com/whee4th/chap2_1.htm: The Legacy of Darwinism
http://history-and-evolution.com/whee4th/chap3_1.htm Climbing Mt. Improbable
http://history-and-evolution.com/whee4th/chap4_1.htm: A short history of the world
http://history-and-evolution.com/whee4th/chap5_2.htm: The Axial Transitions
and on to the modern transition, Chapter six