By David M. Buss
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They are “carried along” with characteristics that do have functional design because they happen to be coupled with those adaptations, just as the heat from a lightbulb is a by-product of design for light. Consider the human belly button. There is no evidence that the belly button, per se, helps humans survive or reproduce. A belly button is not good for catching food, detecting predators, avoiding snakes, finding good habitats, or choosing mates. It does not seem to be directly or indirectly involved in the solution to an adaptive problem.
On the origin of species. London: Murray. Dawkins, R. (1989). The selfish gene (new edition). New York: Oxford University Press. Williams, G. C. (1966). Adaptation and natural selection. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Klein, R. G. (2008). Out of Africa and the evolution of human behavior. Evolutionary Anthropology, 17, 267–281. Wilson, D. S. (2007). Evolution for everyone: How Darwin’s theory can change the way we think about our lives. New York: Delacorte Press. 34 THE THE NEW NEW SSCI C EE OF CIEN E NC OF EVOLUTIONARY EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY E volutionary psychologist Karl Grammer formed a team of researchers to study sexual signals as they occur in a seminatural context: singles bars (Grammer, 1996).
Rather, the belly button is a by-product of something that is an adaptation—namely, the umbilical cord that provided food to the growing fetus. The hypothesis that something is a by-product of an adaptation, therefore, requires identifying the adaptation of which it is a by-product and the reason why its existence is associated with that adaptation. The third and final product of the evolutionary process is noise or random effects. Random effects can be produced by forces such as mutations, sudden and unprecedented changes in the environment, or accidents during development.
Evolutionary Psychology: The New Science of the Mind (4th Edition) by David M. Buss