Quantitative consideration of the operation and evolution of the information‐processing system that constitutes the terrestrial biosphere indicates that non‐Darwinian evolutionary changes cannot be expected to account for the increase in the amount of non‐random biospheric structure that constitutes the information content of the biosphere. Changes that lead to such an increase must also be selectively advantageous and lead to preferential survival through natural selection.
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