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Darwinism was an interesting idea in the 19th century

April 6th, 2009 · No Comments

Darwin’s Theory of Evolution: DNA Causes Geneticists, Other Scientists, Join Ranks of Dissenters
Posted on April 6th, 2009
Geneticists, Other Scientists, Join Ranks of Darwin Dissenters

The “end” of evolution as we know it?
With the advent of advanced DNA testing relating to the origin of humans, you’d think geneticists, biochemists, and other scientists, such as molecular biologists, bacteriologists, geophysicists, and microbiologists would trumpet recent DNA findings as additional proof of Darwin’s theory of evolution. Yet we’ve found where a growing number of these types of scientists have come forward to dispute Darwin’s Theory of Evolution on the site: A Scientific Dissent From Darwinism, where over 700 scientists and researchers have signed their name.

The scientists and researchers who signed the list are unanimous in this opinion:

“Darwinism was an interesting idea in the 19th century, when handwaving explanations gave a plausible, if not properly scientific, framework into which we could fit biological facts. However, what we have learned since the days of Darwin throws doubt on natural selection’s ability to create complex biological systems – and we still have little more than handwaving as an argument in its favor.”

We continue to see the MSM publish articles which are favorable to Darwin’s theory, such as the NY Times, Scientists in Germany Draft Neanderthal Genome. What the MSM hasn’t reported are the growing number of scientists and researchers who disagree with Darwin’s theory, calling it “an interesting idea in the 19th century”.

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