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Evolution: A Function of Will Force

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Evolution is a gradual but continuous process. To explain the process of organic evolution different theories have been put forward by various authorities. But, all these theories are significant in respect to explanations of the possible mechanisms of evolution and certainly without acceptable analysis regarding the cause of initiation of evolution and the reason of maintaining the said flow all along. In the present article it is hypothesized that the process of initiation of evolution is initiated due to ‘will force’ and the said flow is being maintained because of ‘will force’.

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Raut, S.K. Evolution: A Function of Will Force. Proc Zool Soc 70, 1–4 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12595-016-0206-7

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