Bacterial motors carefully studied (Introduction)

by David Turell @, Friday, April 08, 2016, 15:36 (1142 days ago) @ dhw

dhw: I don't know how cell communities manage to reorganize themselves in order to produce something new. ... To sum it up: nobody knows how speciation takes place. That is why people come up with different theories.

You are again ignoring a non-theoretical point. The 'landscape concept' must enter into thinking about how speciation occurs. We are allowed to think about it. Speciation must involve new molecules and new arrangements, and planning. But it involves putting together a jig-saw puzzle with no picture to guide you and pieces with fuzzy edges. All of this is not a theory, but a salient point as to how difficult speciation is, and therefore some mechanism must exist to solve the problem. You and I can argue about the possibilities of mechanism, but 'landscape' never goes away.

dhw: And I know you can't see beyond your own interpretation of God's thinking..... Since the latter is your fixed belief, of course you can't imagine any other hypothesis having validity.

You are still arguing mechanism. I'm simply presenting a legitimate issue on the point that a speciation mechanism must not be blinded but somehow forward looking, nothing further. Once that is noted, then mechanism can be hypothesized.

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