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For people in your agnostic position, it would possibly be helpful to
new engineering designs are produced by evaluating populations of hopeful
candidates over many generations, where the candidates which are best
suited to the explicit criterion of merit are selected for conjugal
reproduction, along with some small fraction of randomly mutated
specimens. This seems the clearest example of engineering profiting
from using evolutionary methods.
At 11:17 PM 7/27/2008, Bob, you wrote:
But I don't see how evolution explicitly comes in here. Our brains don't
necessarily have to work differently if they are a product of either
Evolution or Creation. I do agree with spending valuable physics
class time on physics.
Bob at PC
(Emphatically not a Creationist!)