Joined: July 2006
Here's one you might like to try. I used it at UD but did not put much effort into it.
I asked at UD why is an onion, with it's out sized genome, not expected to have more FSCI (or whatever) then a human (which they claim is the case).
The best (only IIRC) answer I got? It has lower FSCI then a human because of the number of cell types that need to be specified. Fewer in a onion then human, despite genome size differences.
So if that's true them it means that your gut bacteria have more FSCI then the human they inhabit because there are more types of them then there are different cells in a human.
We've been to the Moon. Yet we have less "complex information" then our gut bacteria. Perhaps going to the moon was their idea and humans just acted it out?
So what is FSCI actually measuring? Obviously it's not measuring anything because it can't be calculated but you get the idea. Just some random thoughts...
I also mentioned that He'd have to give me a thorough explanation as to *why* I must "eat human babies".
if there are even critical flaws in Gauger’s work, the evo mat narrative cannot stand