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I Never Implied Or Stated There Is ONE Functional Equation..."

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on January 25, 2005 23:46:52 UTC

It wrote:
Mike said:

"...no such variable as "Survival of the Fittest" appears in any truly functional equation of the science of Evolution "

Please tell us what the functional equation actually says. Use math if you know any.

In the note from which the quote in question is drawn, it was never implied or stated there is ONE functional equation..." That is entirely
a silly side issue with no consequence.

And the assertion I made stands -- coherent and unchallenged. This "thesis" would be easy to defend, but the thesis has not been criticized, only toyed with.

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