Evolution & Prions
k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net%remove%
Fri Apr 11 09:43:23 EST 2003
"Gene Study Finds Cannibal Pattern", By NICHOLAS WADE
On the surface, the Article 'upholds' Darwin's position.
But look at what's actually going on - the problem was analyzed, and
ameliorating Choice was implemented.
Such does harken back to 'the genes', but only because the
'blueprint' for nervous systems' general-processor capacities resides
within 'the genes' with respect to reproduction.
The Choice to 'move away from' prion disease derived in the driving
of nervous systems' general-processor capacities via the experiencing
of external WDB2T - via the experiencing of TD E/I(up) that the
observables with respect to prion disease caused to occur within the
nervous systems of folks in Science.
Beyond their role as 'repository' for the 'blueprint' for the
general-processor design for nervous systems, 'the genes' had nothing
to do with the decision to do something about 'moving away from'
The 'moving away from' derived in experiential WDB2T ^ -1.
All of Evolution is the same stuff. For example, consider the way
facial symmetry enters into what's considered to constitute facial
'beauty' [which enters strongly into 'selection']. As is discussed in
AoK, Ap3 and Ap6, symmetry is 'just' visually-monitored TD E/I. The
greater the symmetry the lower the TD E/I - which the nervous
system's generalized processor recognizes as 'good' and 'mpves
toward' in 'selection'.
Everything in 'selection' works like this - even instances in which
'destructive selections' occur [in which folks choose each other
because they 'sense' 'attraction, via TD E/I-minimization, that ends
up drawing them into relationships that'll only replicate their
'familiar' 'negative' stuff.
Really - I'd like to see anyone try to come up with =anything= of
Evolution that does not reduce directly to WDB2T ^ -1 [that does not
reduce to 'climbing' the WDB2T energy-gradient.
Please, take a stab at such. You won't get it unless you try to come
up with something, and it's an important Q, so why not have a go at
ken [K. P. Collins]
"P. S. ..."
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