Another refutation (of natural selection via predation)

New Study Upholds Reputation of Classic Parasite by Ed Yong

Excerpt: “…the world of natural history is heaving with claims that sound right but have never been properly tested.”

My comment: Parasitic control of behavior in different species supports detailed experimental evidence of conserved molecular mechanisms that refute the theory of mutation-initiated natural selection via predation in species from microbes to man. However, none of the evolutionary theorists I communicate with have admitted that the snake-centric theory of human brain evolution and visual acuity/specificity due to snake predation of our monkey ancestors is the most ridiculous idea they can imagine. I think the reason they are silent is because they finally realized that no experimental evidence supports the idea of mutation-initiated natural selection.

Author: James Kohl

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