Despite some claims of the ones who like to argue about the term “evolution” as only exclusive to nature, proponents of evolution in the media display much more broad definitions of it which includes an unthinking process has a “purpose and design.”
One of the more funnier descriptions of evolution is how it’s suppose to save or even sink a car business, namely GM. In Live Science, it states and I quote…
“There are many forces of evolution, but natural selection, biologists feel, is the most important. It works like this: All sorts of variation is produced (think SUV, compacts, vans, and sedans) and then the environment (think free market) selects for some and ignores others. The ignored ones are dropped out of the gene pool (think showroom floor or metal recycling plant), and too bad for them.”
“In this biological (or economic) system, only the best adapted survive. So what if evolution is presented with something more sleek, in cool colors, or with tinted windows — if it takes too much energy (gas) to use, it will be selected against.”
“Natural selection operates on individuals, or individual automobiles companies because not all of them are going bankrupt, and that affects the future of the total gene pool, or automobile business. That’s how biological life, and capitalist economies, have been shaped over generations.”
This news article also states, humans are not “designed” for caring about people we don’t know, who loose their jobs. We also lack talent to plan for the future according to this silly explanation of evolution because of our supposed hominid history which contained unpredictable and uncontrollable environments. This seems to overlook the fact that animals like birds and squirrels are very good long term planners.
In science daily, evolution is described as having a “toolkit” to accomplish various tasks time and time again…
“Evolution has a ‘toolkit’ and when it needs to do a particular job, such as see light, it uses the same toolkit again and again,” explains lead author Margaret McFall-Ngai, a professor of medical microbiology and immunology at the UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH). “In this case, the light organ, which comes from different tissues than the eye during development, uses the same proteins as the eye to see light.”
So an unthinking process knows what to use and how to use it over and over again? Why do humans have a brain if nature can supposedly do that?
Because of their beliefs dwelling in a black box, they plagiarize intelligent design words and contradict their own core beliefs. Yes, we see design, but it’s really an unthinking process designing it…lol…No, it’s a real designer namely God who came up with some of the most amazing things we see in nature today.