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Greg Warr , Les Hatton

2020a

Information Theory: Helping Darwin around genomic obstacles

Kingston University Research SeminarKingston_22-Jan-2020.pptx

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Darwin-Wallace natural selection is the accepted model for evolutionary adaptation in the natural world. However, there are interesting challenges posed by modern genomics which it is hard if not impossible to understand how they could be explained by natural selection other than by an unedifying thicket of unfalsifiable local mechanisms. This seminar poses a different viewpoint demonstrating that important properties of the genome are actually global properties which can be explained using a principle which underlies natural selection, the Conservation of Hartley-Shannon Information, (CoHSI). This relieves Darwin-Wallace theory of the burden of explaining these otherwise inaccessible but observed properties.None yet9

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