Quantum-like model of partially directed evolution?
|January 9, 2017||Posted by News under Evolution, Informatics, Intelligent Design, News|
Abstract: (paywall)The background of this study is that models of the evolution of living systems are based mainly on the evolution of replicators and cannot explain many of the properties of biological systems such as the existence of the sexes, molecular exaptation and others. The purpose of this study is to build a complete model of the evolution of organisms based on a combination of quantum-like models and models based on partial directivity of evolution. We also used optimal control theory for evolution modeling. We found that partial directivity of evolution is necessary for the explanation of the properties of an evolving system such as the stability of evolutionary strategies, aging and death, the presence of the sexes. The proposed model represents a systems approach to the evolution of species and will facilitate the understanding of the evolution and biology as a whole. – Alexey V. Melkikh a, Andrei Khrennikov More.
The thought seems information must already be present in the system before sustainable evolutionary strategies can develop. Here, that’s called evolutionary informatics, but it is a dangerous topic to consider.
Never mind. That guy will be forced to back down soon. Right?
See also: Baylor prof Robert Marks on evolutionary informatics
Bill Dembski on the Evolutionary Informatics Lab – the one a Baylor dean tried to shut down
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