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Pearl Necklace said...

In favor of this view can mainly be cause of the fact,
that there is a large class of phenomena, which would be left unexplained,
if you do not admit the existence of the factor in question. If
we assume that cooperating parts, as we have seen, not change everything
together, even when they are few, and together they are connected to each other, and
if the more can not be allowed the ability to change cooperating
parts in the case when a lot of them and they, moreover, removed from each other, -
then we absolutely refuse to explain the many changes in
organizations that are detected in all cases when best
the use of any changed parts and many other parts of the body,
associated with the first activity, is also undergoing change.
The increasing complexity of structure, accompanying the increasing complexity of
conditions of existence, involves the increase in the number of abilities, from
which each aimed to preserve specimens or progeny, then, the various
individuals of a species, in General, need a normal set of all
abilities, in any one individual case can benefit from
stronger development of any one of these abilities, and in the other
cases from intensive exercise of other abilities, consequently,
as the number of abilities is higher in the same measure becomes
harder for each ability separately developed by natural
selection. Only when the gain any one ability is
best in preference to other powers, is the ability
this ability to develop through. Especially in the case of
abilities that do not serve to any significant extent for
of self-preservation, - in such cases, the development of the ability by natural
selection is not seem feasible.

Pearl Necklace said...

How by changing one part causes changes in other parts?
By changing the functions in quality or extent, that seems to me what
must be the answer. Indeed, imagine that any part
changes in their skin, which become more and through ton
consume a greater amount of material of the common stock. The consequence of this
will a simple reduction of the amount of materials required to other skin
formations; through this there will be a reduction of some or all of the skin
formations, without causing, however, a noticeable effect on other parts
the body, with the exception, perhaps, of the group of blood vessels,
which is located close to the skin. Another thing, if changing
part is active on, such as a limb, inside or
any organ that requires a constant flow of blood, which
produces a variety of materials the extraction or absorb them; in this case
all the other active organs become implicated in this change
Departure, performed by them, represent a dynamic equilibrium, and therefore
the administration of any one of them, when changing the apparatus itself,
performing this shipment, cannot change itself, without
changed functions and all other bodies; changed - some visible
by the way, the other invisible, depending on the fact whether they were in
immediate or mediocre relationships. Of these secondary changes are those
which are normally difficult to be established; those who part
or completely depart from the norm, felt pretty easy.