well technically no
theres no intelligence behind it
but any individual organism is going to do whatever it can to successfully survive and reproduce
evolution doesnt happen without one specific group of organisms reproducing successfully and either replacing the others (meaning the others die) or adapting a different niche and living alongside the others
i preach evolution all the time lol!! i was talking about use and nonuse yesterday at work
it's very simple when u think of it
chance mutations that better an organism's reproductive success over time shouldnt be hard to comprehend
the way i see it, death and reproduction are the driving forces of evolution and the ultimate goals in biology
jeez can u teach biology to my sister?? i try to but she doesnt understand it. im working on becoming a bio major and im reading your posts about floater genes in pure astonishment
evolution is amazing
Thanks for the response, on the forum index page the classified section is not available. I can access my posts on there via my thread history, I just wondered what the problem is and whether others are experiencing the same thing.
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