The elastic elipsoidal nature of speciation through natural selection

> Materialists advocate for evolution. Fundamentalists argue for devolution. They are both partly right and partly wrong. The vanguard of 21st century biology will focus on the elastic elipsoidal nature of speciation through natural selection. We can see evidence of these parabolic dynamics in the “cyclic evolution” of Darwin’s finches on the Galapogos islands and in the recursive speciation patterns of cyclid fish in Africa’s rift lake systems.

“For thou hast possessed my reins: thou hast protected me from my mothers womb” (Psalm 139:13). The “reins” mentioned here are more than an inspirational metaphor, they describe the mathematical nature of irregular oscillations in speciation which are shaped by the dynamic interplay between inherent genetic biases and the impetuses of Natural Selection.

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B.A.Ed, (English, Speech) University of Nebraska, 1993 M.S. (Psychology), University of Nebraska, 1999
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