We're not talking about origins. Why are you trying to change the subject? Because your knowledge of evolution is so embarrassingly poor?<quoted text>
Then we are getting back to origins, that is where you are stuck with an ' We don't know"
as your foundation ,which you build on with science fiction
Yes, it does. Quite easily.Mutation plus natural selection does not explain the origins of seeds nor how their genes were able to attain the abilities that you say they have.
I forgot that you are incapable of understanding analogies. I apologize for the headache it must have given you.Your analogy of using a ball ,dead matter , to try to validate your invalid point, clearly show signs of desperation.
Balls are not living organisms that reproduce with modification. Trees are.Let us not forget that if you plant a ball in the ground , other than having dug a hole and covered the ball up , nothing much happens....I'm wrong , the material that the ball is made from will eventualyy decompose. Most assuredly , when a ball sees somebody coming with a baseball bat, it is not instructed by it's GENES to fly away before it gets L