I refuse to believe that man’s skeleton, optimal for erect posture,

didn’t somehow derive from his distinct preference for an erect posture in preceding generations, and his decreasing need for a four-legged stance or even the intermediate knuckle-walking. The same would hold for distinct hands and feet, two of each, as opposed to four feet or four hands, as found in other species, arising from a new preference for savannas as opposed to forests. The only question is: by what mechanism would something like that occur? What would stimulate imperceptible evolutionary changes in a specific direction toward a general goal? A quantum mechanic must look for a transfer particle. Darwinism invokes mutation, without ever proving a single instance in which a specific mutation caused a specific trait to be selected for long-term adaptation. Darwinism has merely been accepted, not proven. The mechanism I’m looking for must have something to do with memory, re-programming, visual basic, feedback, something similar to creativity, without invoking creationism nor ‘inheritance of acquired characteristics’. Genetic drift must be inherent to the process of evolution, itself to be selected or rejected for usefulness, and re-directed in another direction. Evolution must be inherently directional, whether or not purposefully, adrift in a sea of probabilities.