Charles Darwin - Charles Darwin's Major Points evolution...

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Charles Darwin's Major Points evidence against Darwin  - 7 main objections  evolution still just a theory - still has questions, lacking proof no fossil intermediates - no evidence of transition between organisms o increasing fossil evidence says otherwise intelligent design - organs too complex for a random process o organs develop as series of slight/tiny improvements evolution violates 2nd law of thermodynamics - things tend towards disorder, not order o organisms shouldn’t become more advanced proteins too improbable - 20 proteins, near countless number of arrangements o extremely low chance maybe, but still possible when given enough time o “give a monkey a typewriter…if given enough time, he will write Shakespeare” natural selection doesn’t imply evolution - production of radically different organisms possible in laboratory now irreducible complexity argument - each part essential to overall process, can’t evolve o each part considered to evolve as part of the working system
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2012 for the course BSC BSC1005 taught by Professor Orlando,rebecca during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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