These examples may seem trivial, as if they were just “the way things are,” not proving anything. But this is not so.
I have been seeking to describe the science of purpose. Now it is worth getting down to the basics of what science actually is and how it works.
Even something as catastrophic as the eruption of Mount St. Helens was, in the end, a life-giving event.
You cannot see what you are not looking for. You cannot find Br’er Rabbit until you look into the briar patch.
The “science of purpose” is new to the analytic framework, and is thus obliged to make the case for its claim to validity.