ALSO, i love how Ms Komarova describes the process as "like evolution", not evolution.
besides, the article does nothing to prove your point. Its more about how a mechanism similar to evolution happens WITHIN CANCER CELLS, then Zimmer goes off on his thing about how cancer MIGHT have an evolutionary reason.
and applying the principles of evolutionary biology to cancer may be a novel approach, and may teach us things about cancer, but that has nothing to do with cancer having an evolutionary purpose.
Got any ACTUAL evidence to support your claim?
You specifically implied I said it when you argued that "there is no rule that high entropy systems should have a lack of order in system" (i didnt even argue THAT, i was agreeing that high entropy and high order TEND TO go hand in hand).
Here, for reference, are examples of me implying that it was a rule:
Order and entropy go hand in hand, as a rule.
there exists a direct proportion between order and entropy. we see no examples to the contrary.
Order and entropy tend to go hand in hand. They are not the same, however
Pray tell, what lessons for real life can we draw from star wars? I love star wars but I don't really look at it as advice for the real world.Actually it is a good comparison. Have you heard yin yang? It's the same concept. Movies and stories provide lessons for real life. That's why they are popular. They convey themes that are applicable to real life.
Could you provide evidence that the concepts of good and evil exist independently of human thought?
But truth, Hajjaj was convinced, held many layers.