The fundamental difference between Linnean systematics and cladistic classification

The fundamental difference between Linnean systematics and cladistic classification (of the biological diversity) is that Linnean systematics is ambiguous, whereas cladistic classification is contradictory (actually paradoxically contradictory).

These two alternatives are, moreover, the only two alternatives there are for classification – Linnean systematics being the consistent alternative, and cladistic classification (or “flat” classification) being the inconsistent alternative.

Unfortunately, there is no consistent alternative that also is unambiguous, as cladists and particle physicists erroneously believe. The solution of particle physics, ie, “Higgs particle”, is actually a paradoxical contradiction, that is, a paradox.

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