History, Evolution, and The Darwin Debate

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The micro/macro debate

March 7th, 2017 · No Comments

The ID/creationist groups may well be confused about macroevolution, but so are darwinists. The issue is simple:
The problem here is the claim that natural selection produces speciation. Further is the problem of saying that all speciation is the same process. The speciation of man is unknown and to claim the process is the same for, say, insects seems most unlikely!

The nature of speciation remains misunderstood by biologists and it would seem that there is complex teleological balance between two levels, macro and micro.

To see the difference and the better usage of micro/macro as an ‘evolutionary formalism’ one must recommend a look at the eonic or ‘macro’ effect and the way two levels operate in different ways

An ‘evolutionary formalism’ is a generalized process that can occur in different categories…

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