Why Intelligent Design is WRONG, Part II





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Uploaded on Jul 30, 2006

Make sure you watch "Why Intelligent Design is WRONG" before watching this video. Here I simulate evolution without the use of a goal image as in Part I.

This time fitness is determined based on a two part mathematical function. It is analogous to an animal's behavior evolving to balance its need to find food and find mates (really can't do both at the same time, well, not effectively) or a seal's flipper evolving to be both good on land and in the sea. Here the function pulls the organisms in two directions.

The combination of random mutations with survival of the fittest drives the population to an extremely improbable solution, but one with very good fitness. And this is what I am trying to show, that random mutations and recombination combined with survival of the fittest will weed out the best organisms (those that seem perfectly designed for their environment) leading to extremely complex and highly improbable outcomes in only a few generations.

This video does not attempt to prove ID wrong or Evolution correct. It merely attempts to point out that the central claim of ID is wrong.

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