The Influence Of Natural Selection

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As geology strongly proclaims that each piece of land has undergone and will continue to undergo great physical changes, we may expect to see changes amongst organisms that would be varied under the influence of nature, in the same manner as they generally would have under the changed conditions of domestication. Second to that if there were to be any variability in nature it would be a product of the unaccountable fact of natural selection or survival of the fittest. It has often been stated that the amount of change within nature is strictly, meaning that organisms and plants can only undergo a certain amount of change at any one time. Modern day man is able to act on external characters and can produce a great result within a short period …show more content…

If the Human species is able to select and adapt to the changes most useful to him, then why should nature fail in selecting variation and adapting under the changing conditions of life in the same way as man? What laws are there in place to stop this power of adaptation and change that exist during the long ages, which rigidly scrutinize the whole system, structure and, habits of every living organism which favours the fit and kills of the weak or unstable? The answer is that there is no limit to the extent of natural selection or in fact evolution as a whole by the fact that every living organism is able to slowly adapt to form the most complex relation of life. The theory of natural selection exists within the forms of climate, geographical regions and atmospheric …show more content…

If the cold affected the development of the brain what caused the rest to occur? If it was the cold that halted the intellectual development of the Neanderthals, will it affect humans in the near future? So many questions can be asked about evolution and the way in which man turned out but my goal was to obtain information relating to climatic factors that may have affected the evolution of man and i can certainly say that the evidence shows quite a lot of information. However there is still so much more to research and discover this is only the tip of the

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