ID musings (was: Judge orders removal of anti-evolutionstickersfrom textbooks inGeorgia school district)
beebuzz at KIVA.NET
Fri Jan 14 19:41:34 CST 2005
>Presumably, an intelligent designer would be trying to improve his/her
existing designs, so that an apomorphy would be "better" than the
pre-existing condition it was derived from.....
What, then, is the criterion for "better"....? Greater mechanical
efficiency? Something that confers greater likelihood on the possessor of
I think it would have to be "better" in the moral sense.
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
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