Can Natural Reward Theory Save Natural Selection?

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An evolutionist dismantles natural selection, then tries to rescue it with his own theory. It won’t work. Source
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Humans Evolving? Armed with the Evidence, the Story Breaks Down

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Scientists in Australia have uncovered that more adults now possess a “median artery of the forearm,” contrasted with studies over the past two centuries. Source
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