It is my analogy and not Heisenberg's. Given that
there is no definite measurement possible(infinite accuracy); then there is this nebulus area of the unknown or flux. The particles therefore, randomly shange energy states; in order to maintain equilibrium in the atom. The same randomness accurs in any given population. Hence, in each case the percentage would be different for any given population.
Even those members of the population who show changes in the genotype; are still subject to culling. It usually takes two to three generations for full adaptation to occur and the evolved genotype becomes stablized in the new environment.
If you have ever happened to raise the machine incubated chickens in the tropics, and observed the high mortality rates from some sickness in the first generation; as opposed to the locally bred fowl; I think you will get the incite to my coclusion. I sincerely hope I have been explcit enough to impart my ideas.
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