September 15, 2014 Leave a comment
Originally posted on Intersecting Processes:
Notes from presentation, 10/11/2006.
Studying biological evolution requires us to note six features:
— There is a diversity of forms and patterns in that diversity
— There is a geological record and patterns in this record
— Organisms tend to be adapted to their environment
— Characters or features of organisms are part of an organized form which is developed anew each generation
— There is change over time and sometimes improvement over observable time.
— All life and change occurs at some place/ in some circumstances
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