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Evolution-explains-everything-and-answers-to-all-philosophical-problems skeptics argue that some biological structures, like the brain or the eye, are simply too complex for natural selection to explain. Biologists have proposed various ways that so-called ‘irreducibly complex’ structures could emerge incrementally over time, bit by bit. But a new study proposes an alternative route.

Instead of starting from simpler precursors and becoming more intricate, some structures could have evolved from complex beginnings that gradually grew simpler – an idea authors Dan McShea and Wim Hordijk dub “complexity by subtraction”. Computer models and trends in skull evolution back them up, the researchers show in a study published this week in the journal Evolutionary Biology. [1]

DNA. Bacteria. Life in… Everywhere!

??? What ???

How is THAT an answer to irreducibly complexity?!?

Sometimes we are so blinded by our prejudice that we cannot even see that what we say is actually AGAINST what we are trying to say…

I must say it once more time: Evolution is ONE mechanism. And it seems to be a scientifically sound mechanism. But it cannot explain EVERYTHING! And we must be irreducibly prejudiced not to understand that other mechanisms can also work in parallel…

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And devolution could indeed be one of them.

Are we animals evolved into humans, or spiritual luminous beings encaged into a lesser body?

Look closely to the mirror. What do you see? Is it an elevated animal? Or a fallen angel?