Re: * makes hubey
Tom Clarke (firstname.lastname@example.org)
28 Nov 1995 13:28:59 -0500
In article <bbur.103.000A7208@wpo.nerc.ac.uk> email@example.com (Bill Burnett) writes:
> H. M. Hubey gains some credit for having read something when he writes:
Bill, you dig your own grave with your sarcasm.
VERY large dimensional space is defined. One dimension per
> >Now I said that these particles (or the representative
> >point) moves and hence posseses a well-defined velocity
> >in this space. Velocity in n-space has a direction.
> >That is the direction of evolution.
> That is THE direction of evolution?
Yes. The abstract space is VERY expansive. It has room for
every gene of every species in every phylum. A direction
(in the mathematical sense) is easily defined from the rate of
change of gene frequencies. Since the space includes everthing
it is THE direction.
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