Brought forward on account of the goldfish not perceiving the entity of water, now that they are in a bowl.
Brought forward on account of the fish not being able to tell the difference between SWIMMING, and movement, per se.
I believe in evolution. Its embarrassing to have to make that confession, since science isn’t about BELIEF!!!!!!
That I had to make that confession, is a testimony of unscience, in those pushing the mainstream VIEW of evolution.
Even smart people who are busy could have been aneasthetized by the wrongness of current theory. Listen to Berlinski and realize there are many things in the air. We have got to get back to the real scientific method. There are many things wrong with the current view. On account of you being a stressed and busy goldfish, in a stressed and busy bowl.
Absolutely stupendous playlist talking about intelligent design versus contemporary Darwinian theory. Unfortunately contemporary Darwinian theory is crap. This is not to say that some sort of evolution isn’t a done deal. Just not the version as is commonly understood. So much more must be going into this story than natural selection, only indigenous to this planet. This cannot be the whole of the mechanism. I would recommend that any serious thinker ought to listen to the entire playlist.
So what other possible mechanisms can there be? Well I don’t know but we ought to suspect many of them, including intermittent intelligent interference.
1. Multiple near-extinction events that open up many niches but do not show up in the fossil record.
2. The possibility that we may have orbital relations with other solar systems, that lead to us coming into contact with many other planets every so often. I’m not talking about Zachariah Sichen and anything like a 3600 year cycle. More like the possibility of something of this sort happening every few millions of years. Most solar systems in the galaxy are dual or multiple star systems. But it might be that even more of them are but with very long orbital cycles.
3. Lemarkian mechanisms. Some of which may lay dormant for some times. At least one Lemarkian effect has been shown via so-called epi-genetics. I had earlier claimed that this had to be the case on an apriori basis. But there could be more Lemarkian mechanisms that we don’t yet know about.
4. The evolution of animals on many different planets under many different conditions being transferred to many other planets. For example flight could more easily have been evolved when and if this planet had a much thicker atmosphere and a much lesser gravity. Actually we know that we used to have a much weaker gravity or the dinosaurs could not have gotten as big as they did. And it is the way of things for planets to start small and grow. But in any case flight must have evolved on a planet with less gravity then we now have. Once it had evolved, this ability, could likely be transplanted to other planets. And likewise other abilities could be transferred in this way.
5. A far far longer time for the evolution to have taken place. We know that this is the case anyway, since the big bang is nonsense. And since the natural way of things is for planets, stars and galaxies to grow, but for the galaxies to cull planets and stars, disproportionately near their centre. Thus evolution will begin near the centre of small galaxies but then intelligent life must travel further out, if it is to survive. In doing so that intelligent life would naturally take genetic material further out from the centre of a developing galaxy. This effectively gives us an evolutionary time period of many hundreds of billions of years. And not one bounded by the four billion years that the earth is supposed to have been around. Or even the 13.5 billion years that the big bangers idiotically claim that the universe has been around.
6. Traditional Panspermia at the cellular level.
There has to be many more possibilities. But anyhow listen to what Berlinski has to say. I’ve not been able to get this point through to other people with the help of other thinkers. But this Berlinski appears to be particularly persuasive.