Joined: Jan. 2006
|I have just printed it out and will read it later|
Itís an interesting read, although if youíre looking to try and refute it I wouldnít bother. I asked him a series of questions on his post on UD, and just got this in reply:
|I donít know how many times I have to say this but chance never had anything to do with either evolution or development. Got that? Write that down.|
The problem with any 'frontloading' hypothesis is that it requires complete predetermination of all environmental and random genetic changes. However since he has stated in other posts on UD that he believes this is the case, this gets around most criticisms of his theory.