I've been thinking, I'm not sure if I totally buy the whole concept of natural-selection being the cause of evolution, which implies that all changes and development of lifeforms stems from the deaths of prvevious lifeforms with undesirable traits. There's gotta be something more. I have no ideas, and no suggestions as to what that something/somethings would be, but I kinda doubt that it's just natural-selection that causes evolution. It just seems hard to believe that all the variety in life comes from traits that were already there. I've been reading that more and more people are being born without wisdom teeth. Does this mean that wisdom teeth were causing the death/inability to reproduce? No. It just seems that many adaptions we see in today's living world come from things that would not effect the organism's ability to reproduce or survive to be able to reproduce. Something's fishy with that theory. I think there's something more going on. Does anyone here know what I'm talking about?