- Oct 17, 2015
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The basics of natural selection is that heritable traits which are beneficial will become more numerous in successive generations, while heritable traits which are harmful will tend to become scarce. This general principle applies to any system of individuals and living organisms which reproduce.So how does "natural selection biology" operate? I always thought it was somehow connected to microevolution?
What does evolution do to change it to favor itself, i.e. circular reasoning?