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  1. Darwin, Smolin, Carroll, Kelley and Ford
    19 Apr, 2019
    Scientists Discover that Darwin Missed Bigger Picture
    Darwin understood that natural selection is best summarized, quite simply, as survival of the fittest. Although largely unspoken, this short phraseology captures the fact that elimination occurs as well. It explains—in one fail swoop—survival of the fittest, elimination of the weak, and the cumulative effects that they together lead to over time. After the publication of The Origin of Species, Darwin even had some regrets, wishing he had called natural selection ‘natural preservation’ instead.1
  2. Scientists Discover Natural Selection Governs More than Just Biology
    16 Apr, 2019
    Scientists Discover Natural Selection Governs More than Just Biology
    British ethologist Richard Dawkins stated in 1976 that “Darwin’s survival of the fittest is really a special case of a more general law of ‘survival of the stable.’ The universe is populated by stable things.”1 In the 43 years that have followed since, not at all ironically scientists have found that Darwinian natural selection, or ordinary survival of the fittest, is indeed at work well beyond the traditional confines of biology. From Wojciech Zurek’s process of einselection in quantum physics
  3. Scientists Discover that Natural Selection May Be Universal
    28 Mar, 2019
    Scientists Discover that Natural Selection May Be Universal
    Scientists the world around have found that natural selection, or Darwinian survival of the fittest, is at work among systems well beyond the traditional bounds of biology. From molecules to man, selection is now well documented as the driving force of evolutionary change (Darwin 1859, Bendal 1983). Moreover, it has been found that the survival of the fittest ideas and the elimination of the weakest ideas furthers our human knowledge, particularly in science (Campbell 1987). With recent findings

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