Alan Turing, a code breaker during World War II and a brilliant mathematician was the first person to posit that simple organisms could self organize if they would governed by mathematical laws. Turing argued this point by creating equations which lead to sketches depicting formations which looked similar to the spots and stripes of various animals. Charles Darwin opened the door for evolution, but Turing was the first person to give a rationale as to how evolution takes place at the cellular le...
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