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But that's not all. Even more numerous are those acquired changes
that have arisen by indirect means. A huge breach in the relations between
the front and rear parts of the body did the necessary appropriate
changes in organs that feed those other parts. The whole vascular system,
arteries and veins were subjected to sequential adjustment for
that its channels were more in line with local needs.
As the slightest lack of adaptability of the circulatory system to
or other muscular apparatus entailed him weakening the animal
the lack of speed, and consequently loss of life. Similarly, nerves,
belonging to different muscle units had to endure
corresponding changes, as well as the Central conductors, which
first come. Do we have the right to make the assumption that all such
acquired changes occurred gradually all together favorable
spontaneous changes occurring simultaneously with all the others
favorable spontaneous changes? If we think about it, how
enormous must be the number of such necessary changes, along with incremental
modifications of the above types, we can see that the probability of
any such coincidence is infinitesimal.
If we assume that the effect of use or disuse
is inherited, then any change in the front of the body
giraffes, which would cause a change in the back of the body and legs, while
longer or shorter repetition resulted in him restructuring
in each part, a part of the back half of the torso and hind legs, and
though in a sense, to adapt it to new needs. This
way would generation after generation, and the whole structure of the rear part of the body
would be subjected to progressive adaptation to the changing structure
the front of the body. At the same time and the entire feeding, and the nervous apparatus
would be subjected to such progressive adaptation. If you do not allow
the possibility of hereditary transmission of functionally acquired modifications,
it remains absolutely unclear how could be done all such