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Henry Gee

“Natural selection is a blind and undirected consequence of the interaction between variation and the environment. Natural selection exists only in the continuous present of the natural world: it has no memory of its previous actions, no plans for the future, or underlying purpose.”

Henry Gee, In Search of Deep Time
tags: evolution
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In Search of Deep Time In Search of Deep Time by Henry Gee
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