Natural selection is an observable process that was certainly not first discovered by Charles Darwin.
Species with certain characteristics survive better in a given environment. However, natural selection is nondirectional and does not lead anywhere.
Bullshit. Natural selection is directional (evolution of cetaeans
, for example. Or the Galapagos finches. Or any extant species at all, come to think of it.)
If you have heritable variation and you have some sort of difference in reproductive success, then you have natural selection, and inevitably, novel traits and speciation - all of which have been observed. To say that this process doesn't lead anywhere is to be wrong on such a fundamental level that it beggars belief that this guy has perused even a single book about this topic.