Adaptation and Environmental Interactions under Intelligent Regime seems a Road of Evolution – A Case Study

Authors

  • Chitra B. Baniya Associate Professor in the Central Department of Botany, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Nepal
  • M. Kharel Retired Professor in the Central Department of Biotechnology, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Nepal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3126/bcja.v2i1.55754

Keywords:

Adaptation, Evolution, Environment, Chance, Contingency, Necessity, Supreme Intelligent Power

Abstract

There are several theories on biological evolution which give emphasis either on adaptation or environment or chance or genetics or necessity and so and so forth. As this aspect of exploration, however, provides a great foundation for the understanding of biological science, this subject has not been given enough attention, especially from the eastern wisdom prospect. If adaptation, contingency, chance, necessity, and so and so forth are combined and linked with the intelligent superpower behind the screen, then the explanation about evolution could be expected to be complete. Had not such power been there, the interaction of so many factors, yet leading all systems intact at the equilibrium since time immemorial would not have been possible what we see in the evolutionary processes. Hence there is indeed a need to incorporate the new parameter i.e. the significance of supreme intelligent power for regulating the whole of the phenomena of it so that it would be more convincing, complete, scientific, or at least logical. Although this study was not conducted with a very scientific design, we believe that it would at least provide some food for thought on the subject of evolution in a new light.

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Published

2023-06-13

How to Cite

Baniya, C. B., & Kharel, M. (2023). Adaptation and Environmental Interactions under Intelligent Regime seems a Road of Evolution – A Case Study. Baneshwor Campus Journal of Academia, 2(1), 1–6. https://doi.org/10.3126/bcja.v2i1.55754

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