Monthly Archives: July 2017

Biological Non-Conservation and Natural Selection (Part 3)

The non-conservation principle (NCP) of life is directly responsible for the process of natural selection. We know that groups of organisms differ in their birth and death rates due to differences in the function of various forms of genes called … Continue reading

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Some Personal Updates

I thought I might take an opportunity to update readers on some recent and planned activities that are keeping me busy. I have been working under the aegis of my John Templeton Grant on an analysis of the dynamics of … Continue reading

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Non Conservation, Evolution and Teleology in Biology (Part 2)

We have seen in the last post (Part 1) that life is not conserved, while matter and energy are. We know that life is an emergent phenomenon from complex chemical interactions. As discussed in the last post, there are a … Continue reading

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