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Trending: Evolution’s Information Technology

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Art may not imitate life but evolution certainly does. Once the leading edge in biology was breeding and so evolution was cast as a natural breeder. Now the state of the art is genetic engineering and, so, evolution is cast as a natural genetic engineer. And of course the unquestionable trending topic of our time is Information Technology. Just check the employment pages. Do you know Networking, Epic, SAN Citrix, Notes, NextGen, BES, Android, VMware, TCPIP, UNIX, Windows, Active Directory, EMC, Peoplesoft, iPhone, iPad, LANWAN, blade, VoIP, CAT5 and Avaya? If so then you’re trending. And so is evolution. After all, as Matt Ridley explained, “it’s from information technology.” Or as Paul Davies writes this week, “Life’s origins may only be explained through a study of its unique management of information.” AndEmory University evolutionists are now telling us that chemical evolution includes the “capture, mutation, and propagation of molecular information.” And within Information Technology the trending term is “network,” and so it is with evolution as well:  Read more

4 Replies to “Trending: Evolution’s Information Technology

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    Mung says:

    Darwin’s hypothesis further predicts the emergence of new intelligent materials, ones not limited to what can be deduced from biology’s “archeological” remnants but even more diverse and exotic realms of dynamic chemical systems that might never have been explored by extant biochemistry.

    lol. Oh, the teleological implications!

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    sagebrush gardener says:

    Is there anything evolution can’t do? The more improbable the results, the more powerful it must be. The more we falsify it, the more amazing it is.

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    Mung says:

    Evolution can’t prove God’s existence. 🙂

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    Axel says:

    Adds a whole new dimension to their animism. Way to go!

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