Seems you do not grasp the important point in the example, which is not who mints the coins but the fact that nobody had to "design" the new shapes.<quoted text>
You just said that you mint the coins so you would have to design them they didnt just mutate into life
All we did was base the new coins on the "successful" previous generation (i.e. analogous to heredity in life - you are similar to your parents), and add in a few RANDOM changes at the same time (i.e. as mutations do), and then let the coin tosses select which coins made it through to the next iteration (i.e. natural selection, the ones showing the most heads being the survivors).
So it looks like you missed the point completely. Its no wonder the critics of your lot tend to winnow their responses down to mere derogatory ridicule after a while. Sometimes it seems you deserve it. Why not think through the example given and offer an intelligent response?