The Extravagant Creator of Junk DNA

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Denton proposes a hypothesis of frontloaded teleological evolution while Denton suggests that a vast amount of junk DNA is incompatible with his model of teleology and perhaps any model of teleology. This paper outlines a hypothesis for a vast amount of junk DNA with no selective constraints, and proposes that the junk DNA is compatible with teleological evolution that included occasional intervention during the history of adaptive evolution. And this paper introduces a hypothesis for the necessity of intervention in the history of adaptive evolution. And both the hypothesis of junk DNA and the hypothesis for the necessity of intervention meet the criteria of falsifiability according to Popper.
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