The scientific theory that describes the process by which
computers arose is called Computer Evolution. This theory
is now accepted by reputable scientists all over the world.
Articles on computer evolution
- Summary of the theory of computer evolution
A concise statement of the
scientific facts that prove the theory of computer
- Spontaneous generation
- Examples of computer evolution
Spontaneous evolution of hardware from
non-computing elements by natural chance processes.
Spontaneous evolution of software from
hardware by natural chance processes.
Power supply evolution showing evolutionary
similarities between computer power connections.
- Computer evolutionary tree
What is the true evolutionary history of
computers? What happened over the millions and billions of CPU
cycles while computers evolved?
- Frequently asked questions
People always have the same questions about computer evolution. Here
questions with their answers.
You will probably wonder what all those technical words mean. Words
like "Computer" are frequently misused, and stripped of their
scientific computer-evolutionary context. This glossary sets the record straight.
Uninformed people worry about the missing links in computer evolution.
One day we hope to find them but here you can read why we still believe
in computer evolution, even without the
- Computer evolution at work
An example of computer mutation changing the famous
Hello World program into something more exciting.
- What are people saying about computer evolution?
These pages were inspired by a little exchange
on the Gauteng Linux User's Group
on the subject of computer evolution.
This site contains some of the latest and most up to date discussion on the
scientific theory of computer evolution. Although the theory of computer
evolution is a relative newcomer to the academic scene, you can be confident
that the similarities between computer evolution and biological evolution will
motivate its rapid adoption by true scientists everywhere.
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