- Draw one letter at a time and use those letters to form words.
- Each letter, when added to the previous letters must make a word, but you are allowed to create new words with each draw.
- Consecutive groups of words must form complete sentences.
- You are allowed to add any punctuation you like.
- The sentences you form must be found in the Encyclopedia Britannica.
- If at any time you draw a letter that cannot be used to form a word, or a sentence in a word, you must remove all the tiles that formed the last sentence you added to and start that one over again.
- You are allowed to repeat sentences as much as needed.
- The game is complete when you have produced every sentence in the Encyclopedia Britannica.
The name of this game is "Genetic Evolution as a Sequence of Incremental Changes."
This is NOT a Creationist post, or even an argument against the idea of evolution. It is a simple exercise to demonstrate the sheer magnitude of the problem of accounting for the evolution of complex biochemical processes through small, incremental changes.