Likewise, natural selection has no plan — it does not anticipate future functions that are not currently available. It can only take advantage of present function. That being the case — and it is the case — how can Coyne say that Cardinal Shoenborn was mistaken?Yes, how can one object to referring to an unplanned process as "unplanned and unguided"? I dunno, Billy.
What role does natural selection play in evolution? Could one fairly say that it "guides" evolution? Just wondering.
"Stupid Girl" by Neil Young from the album Zuma (1975, 3:12).