Posted: Jan 14, 2023 5:15 pm
by Spearthrower
https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictio ... sh/process

B2
a series of actions that you take in order to achieve a result:

B2
a series of changes that happen naturally:



As with the equivocation of the term 'evolution', so we once again see your intellectual dishonesty as you hop between definitions whenever you feel like - of course, this affects no one but you, showing that you are incapable either of understanding, or are intentionally blagging.

Over millions of years, the composition of a star changes. Seen across a period of time, this can be talked about in terms of a process, in terms of evolution; i.e. a series of changes that happened.

But not as a 'series of actions that you can take to achieve a result' -

no one's taking any actions
no actors are involved
no result is intended
nothing is achieved


When you argue that evolution is a process, and that a process is 'a series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve a particular end' then you can not be talking about evolution, whether that be biological, or stellar, or any other natural process, because none of these entail the agency and directionality you keep trying to sneak in.

It's all a big sham. You've not discovered something incredible about the world - at best you've befuddled yourself with words, but other people aren't confused by homonyms.

You won't address this, underscoring the lie you repeatedly tell that no one counters your claims while it's actually you who can't respond to substantive criticism.