Evolution follows behavior and not chance

As a flaw in the theory of evolution leads to the emergence of incurable diseases

Behavior determines evolution and not chance: the giraffe has a long neck because it tries to reach high hanging leaves. Humans tolerate cow’s milk because our ancestors started drinking cow’s milk despite being lactose intolerant. The upright gait is the result of countless attempts to walk upright.
Evolution is based on the constant effort to go beyond the limits of the body with behavior in small steps. The body adapts and evolves. If the physical changes exceed a certain level, they are genetically anchored and passed on to the next generation so that their development does not start from scratch.
In humans, the evolutionary process is blocked by the mind because the connection between behavior and evolution has not been recognized on a rational level. Instead, the evolutionary process reverses negatively:
If the mind limits behavior more than the actual limits of the body require, the body develops negatively, which allows behavioral limits that were initially only psychologically established to develop physically. This physically imposed behavioral restriction therefore appears as an incurable disease because the causal connection between behavior and physical development is not recognized.
Using its negative inverse, the link between behavior and physical development can be scientifically proven!
A disease is a physical change that limits behavior. The disease imposes a behavioral restriction. In the case of numerous previously incurable diseases, the behavioral restriction imposed by the disease already existed as a mentally induced behavioral restriction before the onset of the first symptoms. The cure is to positively reverse the evolutionary process through behavioral change.
To see the connection, we need to change the perspective on the disease: how does a disease affect behavior? What behavioral restrictions are imposed by the disease? And then you look to see if this behavioral restriction already existed before the symptoms appeared as psychologically conditioned behavior.
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Andreas Orlik is a very talented and mathematician. For over 25 years he has been dealing with inner-psychic processes and the foundations of scientific thought.

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