Biology Forum Community Darwinian Universal, physics and cosmology as a result of Darwinian Evolution.

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      Here’s a revised version of your text with improved clarity and flow:

      A handful of esteemed scientists, including Richard Dawkins, Lee Smolin, and Lawrence Krauss, have speculated about the potential role of Darwinian evolution in shaping our universe. While I applaud their efforts, I remain unconvinced by their approaches. Nevertheless, I share their intuition that a powerful organizational principle likely played a role in the development of the physical laws governing our universe, given the intricate complexity and interactive sophistication of atoms and the cosmological bodies they constitute.

      As a lifelong enthusiast of Darwinian evolution, my fascination with the subject has led me down an unexpected path over the past decade. During this time, I have been dedicated to deepening my understanding of Physics and Cosmology, with a particular focus on General Relativity. Approximately ten years ago, I began to uncover an approach that allows for a Darwinian perspective on physics and cosmology.

      In this community, I am seeking individuals with a highly developed understanding of Darwinian concepts, which I have found challenging to find elsewhere. I invite you to consider the possibility that the principles you have learned about evolutionary biology may apply on a far broader and more universal scale than previously imagined. While this idea may initially seem radical, it is essential to remember that plate tectonics was once a difficult concept for geologists to accept. This underscores the importance of maintaining an open mind when confronted with novel ideas.

      I extend my gratitude in advance to those who take the time to engage with my theme.

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