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What Music Are You Listening To??? Part IX

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Meadows
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Postby Meadows » Sat Nov 08, 2014 11:17 am

Dream Maker - Rick James

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This country is supposed to be called Meadow, without an 's', but the name was unavailable.

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Kazirstan
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Postby Kazirstan » Sat Nov 08, 2014 11:18 am

My Darkest Days - Move Your Body

From the album My Darkest Days.

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Postby Hurdegaryp » Sat Nov 08, 2014 11:18 am

As It Burns - Deathwish
CVT Temp wrote:I mean, we can actually create a mathematical definition for evolution in terms of the evolutionary algorithm and then write code to deal with abstract instances of evolution, which basically equates to mathematical proof that evolution works. All that remains is to show that biological systems replicate in such a way as to satisfy the minimal criteria required for evolution to apply to them, something which has already been adequately shown time and again. At this point, we've pretty much proven that not only can evolution happen, it pretty much must happen since it's basically impossible to prevent it from happening.

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Postby Kazirstan » Sat Nov 08, 2014 11:22 am

Green Day - American Idiot

From the album American Idiot

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Postby Hurdegaryp » Sat Nov 08, 2014 11:30 am

As It Burns - 40 Seconds Of Hate

By the way, I took the liberty to create a new WMAYLT? thread, since this one has reached its 500th page. You can find it here.
CVT Temp wrote:I mean, we can actually create a mathematical definition for evolution in terms of the evolutionary algorithm and then write code to deal with abstract instances of evolution, which basically equates to mathematical proof that evolution works. All that remains is to show that biological systems replicate in such a way as to satisfy the minimal criteria required for evolution to apply to them, something which has already been adequately shown time and again. At this point, we've pretty much proven that not only can evolution happen, it pretty much must happen since it's basically impossible to prevent it from happening.

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