Once again, the Evolutionary Informatics Lab has shown that simulations of evolution seem to work only because they’ve been intelligently designed.
The primary response to Kuhn was a paper by Gregory G. Dimijian, a professor of psychiatry at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School.
“Genetic algorithms are widely cited as demonstrating the power of natural selection to produce biological complexity.”
ID theorists employ a variety of terms for measuring functional biological information.
Suppose we said that by studying a Rembrandt painting’s microstructure, we could learn ways to improve surgery or firefighting. Would you believe it?