Mutation bias reflects natural selection in Arabidopsis thaliana | Nature

We have cited a reference to this essay, here’s the link. The discovery of non-random mutations should be front-page news, but the reality is that public opinion is still frozen, and subtly controlled by the powers that be in biology, science, secular humanists, and, sadly even the left.
The presence of design in nature is not really a theological issue. And the obsession over the question has brought discredit to atheism. In fact, the two are equally muddled, and the issue of evolution reverts apparently to terra incognita. We might not that the question of evolution, in a judicious guess, might involve, once again, some kind of field operator: evolution has to produce the seed impulse for design self-construction and this must be distributed over the surface of a planet. It would seem that ‘evolution’ is an aspect of cosmology and there the debate over fine-tuning is suggestive

Source: Mutation bias reflects natural selection in Arabidopsis thaliana | Nature

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