From: Tony Garnock-Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Jun 22 2002 - 15:16:35 MDT
> Lamarckian evolution doesn't exist.
... in *nature* (and even there ISTR there are isolated little areas in
which Lamarck-style inheritance *does* happen - don't ask me for
references though!); there's nothing stopping an artificial system from
making use of Lamarckian evolutionary principles, which are quite well
defined and understood.
Lamarck-style evolution is a plausible, testable/falsifiable theory.
Meaning that it's possible to set up a reality in which it's the
dominant form of evolution...
-- "How's my programming? 1-800-DEV-NULL"
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