nicely... if readers desperate which blunders to maintain and which blunders to discard for those a number of billions of years, then the respond is: "fairly probable." Your analogy basically works if no selection (consisting of "organic selection") is happening. If the flawed copies that are extra desirable in some function to the unique (say: extra exciting) are preserved and propagated (used for the making of extra copies), then we get a project the place - probable - "MacBeth" would arise from "hi" over billions of years P.S. you're suitable that "readers determining with tries to maintain" could contain intelligence...yet no longer layout (they are basically retaining what has been randomly produced, no longer what has been intelligently designed to have the features that they are retaining). It would not could be an intelligence that selects the extra desirable passages; an OCR software - that's, a working laptop or computer, which has all the intelligence of a screw driving force - would desire to do a similar, unintelligently. the factor with "readers determining" isn't intelligence, yet selection - the ingredient which you have disregarded out of your analogy.