Secondly, diversity may be advantageous if a population survives a population-threatening event but there is no way to assert that diversity is good for a population before the population-threatening event is known because it is threateningly unknown.
The above seems to be the typical problem of evolutionary thinking: on the one hand the actus reas (the guilty act, to use legal terminology in relation to the sin of evolving) is confused with the mens rea (the guilty mind) in the sense that evolutionists all believe they have evolved because they think they have evolved, on the other hand the mens rea is confused with the actus reas in the sense that it is believed that we can evolve before there is time to evolve, simply because we are already thought to have evolved, mistakenly.
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