As a human
I do not understand how Uncertainty can be a principle as it simply states things yet to be discovered or understood based on other principles.
I see Evolution as a process based on principles that select the most appropriate structure that can survive in a given sphere/environment.
The progression goes from hypothesis; to theory; to law. Yes, in the learning or discovery process, as the laws existed before scientists discovered them.
In order for a theory to become law "in the academic sense"; the testing has to be empirically demonstrated; with the necessary recorded data to substantiate the findings. The laws were always there.
Modern academics reject theories that do not fit their favored academic mold.
I explained to a few scientists on the Nature group that the alignment of energies in the nucleus of atoms could be best demonstrated through human expansion. This alignment alters genes thereby altering human structure giving them the ability to adapt to a given environment. The shift takes place in the nucleus "this they agree is true" of the cell - the energy level, and taking that to the highest level could place a human in direct touch with the cosmos since the nucleus contains the same energy as the cosmos.
I pointed out that there are people today who have achieved this. I suspect it may take a few more years before they are ready to see the possibility and are willing to test it.
The scientific works are worthy of consideration.
Given your enquiry, you may find this interesting.
Evolutionary Body Change Demo Answers Creationists
Biologists have uncovered the first genetic evidence that explains how large-scale alterations to body plans were accomplished during the early evolution of animals.
This is a landmark in evolutionary biology, showing how completely new animal body plans could arise from one simple genetic mutation. The work was performed by scientists at the University of California, San Diego.
Their work effectively answers a major criticism creationists had long leveled against evolution -- the absence of a genetic mechanism that could permit animals to introduce radical new body designs.
In an advance online publication today of a paper scheduled to appear in Nature, the scientists show how mutations in regulatory genes that guide the embryonic development of crustaceans and fruit flies allowed aquatic crustacean-like arthropods, with limbs on every segment of their bodies, to evolve 400 million years ago into a radically different body plan: the terrestrial six-legged insects.
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