Monthly Archives: September 2010

Accoutration vs. Colaration

Accoutration refers to non-essential phenotypical attributes of an organism. An example would be the feathering on Clydsedale hooves. Colaration refers to the genetic trimming or deletion of accoutremental traits. > > > >

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Consider the artist who seeks to capture reality; he or she must study both light and shadow.

The Intelligent Design proponents want to observe only the light. The materialists want to observe only the shadows. Consider the artist who seeks to capture reality; he or she must study both light and shadow. A holistic approach is needed. … Continue reading

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The utilitarian elegance of semifirmus genetic expression coupled with predation and mating competitions

The Anglo-American court system is predicated upon the belief that an adversarial system will produce the best result. The impartiality of the judge may seem cavalier to some. Nevertheless, the adversarial system allows greater utility and flexibility than the inquisitorial … Continue reading

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Dynamic Determinism Terminology

> Dynamic Determinism Terminology Protogenic regression: The return of a divergent genetic population to its original form. Centration: decrease in genetic variability within a genetic population Diatration: increase in genetic diversity within a genetic population. Demarcated evotility: stepwise speciation along … Continue reading

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Syntecture

Syntecture In situ genotypic populations exhibit many of the same characteristics as soft bodies in physics. They can be deformed by both internal pressures (stress) and external pressures (strain.) Constrained genetic elasticity is the physical manifestation of Dembski‚Äôs “constrained optimization” … Continue reading

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