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Pearl Necklace said...

The only way out of this contradiction is possible under the assumption that
over time occur in the body with the necessary adaptations by
natural selection. But this assumption is in contradiction,
first, as we have seen, the non-recognition of concomitant variation between
directly cooperating parts, which are closely related to each other;
and because the more cannot be allowed opportunities related
modifications between the parts which cooperate directly, and, moreover,
removed from each other. And secondly, before it is finished would be necessary
fit in the body, the species could die from
imperfections of your body. Even if I had no such difficulties
we would have to admit a strange number of provisions on the following: 1)
Change in one part of the body, reacting on the entire body, causing
changes in other parts of the administration which inevitably also change. 2)
Such changes in the body individuals affected in some way on
reproductive elements. The latter, in case of continuous violation
balance in the body, take a special, unusual structure. 3) But
the changes caused in this way in the reproductive elements, not a
kind of like those caused by changes in the functional character;
change, transmitted to posterity, have no relation to those
a variety of changes that occur in the body of parents
a functional way. 4) since the balance of the shipment can not be
restored by inheriting the effects of a breach of shipments
individual organism, then such recovery can be made
only through inheritance of random changes, which may be in
all bodies, without any correlation to changes in shipments, We believe
impossible to take such a number of provisions and, in addition, affirm that
they are unconvincing.
"But where is the direct evidence that changes in the functional
nature is able to be transmitted by inheritance?" that is the question
it is proposed by those who adhere to interpretations of the foregoing, walking -
"Let's say that there are indeed some difficulties; but in any
case before to explain them to resort to the assumption of the transmission
inheritance changes from use and disuse, the necessary true
evidence that indeed the consequences of use and
disuse can be transmitted by inheritance."