Why Random Evolution Isn’t The Whole Story

10 02 2007

I saw it on DVD today.  As I was watching what the Emperor Penguin goes through just to procreate, it just further enhances my purely logical doubt in the common theory of Big Bang and random evolution and natural selection.

What random force of natural selection would have flightless birds who are also slow at bipedal ground movement live and reproduce in such a harsh climate that they have the rough existence that they do?  I can say that within their “chosen” (or rather, divinely imposed) geographical exigencies, natural selection seems to have given them clever tools for survival.  But if everything was just purely accidental but engineered for the sake of optimal existence, then nothing would live in Antarctica.


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Why Natural Selection is Not Random « For the Sake of Science

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