Relativity and Cosmology

   

Deterministic Evolution – the Role of Cosmological Parameters in the Evolution of Life

Authors: Jose P. Koshy

Natural selection cannot logically explain the direction of evolution of life – emerging from non-living things and evolving from simple to complex – unless nature also evolves suitably. The LCDM model provides only an approximate co-relation between 'evolution of nature' (expansion of universe) and 'evolution of life'. Based on an alternate model, I propose 'deterministic evolution', expansion guiding the evolution in a predetermined way. This resolves the only serious drawback of theory of evolution, 'complexity emerging on its own '.

Comments: 9 Pages. Introduces a 'new concept' in biology, 'Deterministic Evolution', which is based on cosmology.

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