|April 3, 2013||Posted by niwrad under Darwinism|
In a previous post of mine Joe replied to a comment of an evolutionist:
Evolutionist: “Reproductive success is usually what is meant by fitness. As the biomass of living bacteria currently far exceeds that of all other organisms on Earth, perhaps they should be considered the pinnacle of fitness.”
Joe: “Kind of makes you wonder why eukaryotes even got started. And it seems to go against natural selection. The less fit appear to be doing very, very well.”
Bravo Joe. If bacteria are the “pinnacle of fitness” you ask “why eukaryotes even got started”? In prokaryotes natural selection worked to increase fitness. In eukaryotes natural selection worked to decrease fitness. Evolution does X and NOT X in the same time.
Discovered the n-th contradiction of Darwinism. I am going to insert it in my collection. Thanks Joe.
For the record, this supports my argument about the weakness of the concept of fitness (see here)…