Ah. I stand corrected. 

Of course, nothing in nature is linear. 

And I still need to figure out how a stomache would have done us any good 
withour a circulatory system to get the food to the cells, or lungs to get 
oxygen to everything for that matter. It seems if you think about it that no 
vital organ would have provided any advantage without all the other organs 
being fully developed. Begs some questions, eh? 

Bob S

> On Jul 12, 2022, at 03:28 , Richmond via use-livecode 
> <use-livecode@lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> That is a complete misunderstanding of the elevator theory of evolution: this 
> was a theory propagated by some
> of the people who misread Darwin (I don't mean Hobbesian individualists like 
> Huxley and Dawkins) to say that
> evolution is a linear and ever-upwards process.

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