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Darwinists seem to think that one mutation in a large region is going to have an effect on a whole species…

September 3rd, 2016 · No Comments

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The model of the ‘macro effect’ might seem crackpot, but it is in reality a glimpse of one of the probable keys to evolution, and a warning that the problem is not so simple. Darwinism was grossly oversimplified. This new perspective contains a real consideration of some of the real parts of the puzzle: something acting over a planet, regions of change, how change can happen over regions, and much else.

Darwinists seem to think that one mutation in a large region is going to have an effect on a whole species.

But this approach doesn’t contain the full answer. The Kantian perspective is a warning of something like a phenomenal/noumenal distinction. Especially the directional factor suggests the need to distinguish the phenomenal surface and something deeper that we don’t see.

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