A post-darwinian probabilistic biological evolution




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A probabilistic    evolution model, which integrates the S.T.E.. (Synthetic Theory of the Evolution), proposes a probabilistic interaction between the environmental variations and the probabilistic biological evolution model with three applications: the 5 mass extinctions (with the Dinosaurs death causes or the Dinosaurs extinction causes at the cretaceous extinction), the iodine influence, the increase in PO2 PAL.


1) Five most significant mass extinctions, III The Mass extinctions  models : the P/T mass extinction limit, the Ordovician/Silurian extinction, the late Devonian extinction, the KT extinction (with the Dinosaurs disappearance causes at the KT limit), the Trias extinction, with the mass extinctions causes and the "cambrian explosion".


2) The iodine influence, of volcanic and oceanic origin, on the hominids sites (with the Olduvai sites) and the hominization.


3) The increase in PO2 P.A.L. and its effects on the biological innovations and the respiratory systems  transformations.


This research leads to a new darwinian natural selection interpretation.

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Salomon Borensztejn

 email:  sborens@aol.com


Update:          July 2005

The probabilistic model of the biological evolution is integrated within the general framework of a probabilistic model of the universe where the chance, defined as a factor of probability, is proposed as the underlying factor of the order and the organization of all the phenomena, physics, biological, cosmological, etc..., on all the scales: