History, Evolution, and The Darwin Debate

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Falsifying Darwinism

January 24th, 2006 · No Comments

Continuing with our series on World History and The Eonic Effect, we have concluded a brief critique of Darwinism and begin to move to the interesting pattern: the demonstration of historical coherence, a challenge to random evolution.

The Eonic Effect: Falsifying Darwinism

This study of the eonic effect, the evidence of a non-random pattern in world history, can usefully break the deadlock of the Darwin debate by looking at history in the light of ‘evolution’, taken in our extended sense, as the term goes into free fall. The one thing Darwinists don’t want to find is such a non-random pattern, anywhere. This pattern of three turning points breaks the sequence of historical continuity, and shows us a hidden dynamic in a display of coherence, directionality, and the emergence of values. The conclusion is inescapable: this structure demonstrates the existence of an evolutionary driver operating where least expected.

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