History, Evolution, and The Darwin Debate

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Evolution that is non-genetic

July 30th, 2008 · No Comments

More from the comment thread on Climbing Mt. Improbable: http://darwiniana.com/2008/07/24/more-on-mt-improbable/#comment-142556
Here is my reply:
nemo said,

July 30, 2008 at 9:24 pm ·
I don’t propose ’still another theory’. What I do is to look at history, and detect a form of evolution there, and then create a barrier against misappropriation of history by stupid science. I demonstrate a series of empirical issues that must be explained and I do this without proposing another theory. Quite the contrary, I bring in the issue of Kantian distinctions between phenomenon/noumenon to suggest that the process of real evolution is partially veiled from us beyond our representations.

This form of evolution has nothing to do with genetics, and therefore you statements about genetics are irrelevant. (and of course still of great interest).

The real evolution of man, at least, is something that Darwinists can’t conceive of in their current fixations.

The reason I find these discussions tiresome is that nothing Darwinists say is trustworthy, I must fact-check everything said, and that creates a backlog.
Meanwhile I have an independent ‘general exception’ to false generalizations,, the eonic effect.
I can ’see’ how evolution happens, in one instance, and it shows the existence of a ‘macro’ issue that Darwinists don’t evens suspect. How that would apply to other stages of evolution is not clear, exactly, but it is obvious suddenly that biologists are falling into a trap of equating the whole of evolution with one limited part, the other part being hard to observe.

This trap is very insidious, because it is hard to say how this macro factor would manifest in deep time. All I can say is that armed with a perception of the eonic effect I can say that selectionism is a delusion. Something is wrong somewhere.

Here is the book link since we are at it:


Tags: Evolution · The Eonic Effect

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