Evolution by Dark Selection

As I predicted more than a decade ago, the Darwinists are now being forced to resort to epicycles, expanded definitions, and imaginary “laws” to get around the observable fact that the combination of genetic science with the available temporal limitations render evolution by (mostly) natural selection completely, utterly, and mathematically impossible.

Regardless of whether the system is living or nonliving, when a novel configuration works well and function improves, evolution occurs.

The authors’ “Law of Increasing Functional Information” states that the system will evolve “if many different configurations of the system undergo selection for one or more functions.”

“An important component of this proposed natural law is the idea of ‘selection for function,'” says Carnegie astrobiologist Dr. Michael L. Wong, first author of the study.

In the case of biology, Darwin equated function primarily with survival—the ability to live long enough to produce fertile offspring.

The new study expands that perspective, noting that at least three kinds of function occur in nature.

The most basic function is stability—stable arrangements of atoms or molecules are selected to continue. Also chosen to persist are dynamic systems with ongoing supplies of energy.

The third and most interesting function is “novelty”—the tendency of evolving systems to explore new configurations that sometimes lead to startling new behaviors or characteristics.

The Neo-Darwinists are now in full retreat and I haven’t even written the book yet. But remember, you read it here first: Evolution by Dark Selection means that Darwin was correct, all change happens for no reason due to purely material causes, evil does not exist, and Jesus Christ never rose from the dead, even if there is still absolutely no possible way to mathematically account for the genetic diversity of any two extant species from their last common ancestor within the temporal limits provided by any and every dating system.