Friday, November 25, 2011

Speaking of weak and feeble

November 25, 2011 at 8:22 am

Yes the weak and feeble get eliminated. The stillborn get eliminated. But that says absolutely NOTHING about what lives and reproduces, which can any number of different variations.

From here:


Uh, joe-boi, weak, feeble, and especially stillborn individuals (since they're DEAD) are really unlikely to reproduce, except when it comes to some humans and that's because healthy, live born people help keep many weak and feeble people alive long enough for many of them to reproduce. Also, fewer individuals are stillborn than in the past (especially regarding humans and domesticated animals) due to science and helpful people.

Being weak and feeble, or dead at birth certainly DOES say SOMETHING about who or what lives and reproduces, especially when there's no human intervention. Of course there are other factors involved in evolution (and selection), but then you know that, don't you? You're just trying your usual asinine tricks and making it sound as though evolution and the ToE are limited to whatever tiny box you put them in.

joe, you were stillborn mentally, but you just don't realize it.

(I see that joe has changed his UD user name.)