Eisley Darwin Strindberg

Eisley Darwin Strindberg - Planet of the(Evolved Apes(With...

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Planet of the (Evolved) Apes (With Sophisticated Brains) “If the human brain were so simple that we could understand it, we would be so simple that we couldn't.”- Emerson M. Pugh Brian Tetreault Dr. Bader ACS-1001-001 04/05/08
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Darwin would have us believe that any, “extremely slight modification in the structure of habits of one inhabitant would often give it an advantage over others” (Darwin, 421), or conversely, have the potential to produce a fatal flaw in the phenotype of the affected species. His theory of natural selection suggests that humans, as well as all other living organisms, have no say in their future. Mutations will occur, some will be beneficial, and those that are will become incorporated into the human genome. Organisms that do so “would have the best chance of surviving and or procreating their kind.” (Darwin, 420) Although, this may be true of most animals, we come to see that the human can not be entirely defined by these guidelines. We are no more physically fit then the apes. In fact, it would be easier to argue the opposite. The 4% separation between
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course ACS 1001 taught by Professor Musachhio during the Spring '08 term at Villanova.

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