"The fittest organisms survive." (Claim #E350)
"In this case, the “fittest” organisms are defined on a case-by-case analysis."
Because fitness is determined on a case-by-case analysis, this is not a scientific model. 1 We cannot disprove it. If we try, evolutionists can just change the fitness to mean something else for that particular case.
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ReMine, W. J. (1993). The Biotic Message: Evolution Versus Message Theory. Saint Paul, Minn.: St. Paul Science.
- ReMine, 1993, p. 102: “Special definitions are made by redefining fitness for each given case, resulting in a special definition of fitness. In one instance fitness is ‘cryptic coloration.’ In the next it is ‘high speed.’ In the next it is ‘small size.’ In the next it is ‘aggressive behavior,’ and so forth. Most everything has been used in special definitions of fitness. Each instance of organism and environment receives its own special definition.” ↩