Neutronium Member & truth speaker #StopBrandon
- Nov 11, 2021
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I have about a dozen or more folks on my ignore list. I have periodically removed some of them from my ignore list — for one misbegotten reason or another. So, I sometimes see their posts after banishing them to the phantom zone.“You are on my Ignore List for good cause.”
Yet, here you are replying. You’re easily confused, right?
Also, the Board programming allows us to selectively choose to view an ignored member’s posts if we get curious for some reason.
Now back on topic. Or not. The topic and the arguments are all flying largely over my head. But I’ll take a small stab at it.
Natural selection boils down to the proposition that some genetic differences (mutations) occur which provide some benefit to an organism or animal (or plant for that matter). It increases the ability of that organism to survive and reproduce. The non-mutated organisms don’t have the particular benefit, so their chances of survival and reproduction are not as good.
Eventually the mutated variety is the only one that survives over the generations.
I’m not sure why this notion is considered either confusing or worthy of much dispute. But I’m not a scientist. So, in layman’s terms what exactly is the basis for the controversy?