History, Evolution, and The Darwin Debate

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Online edition of WHEE/4th edition

August 30th, 2010 · 1 Comment

The issue of a non-profit book on evolution is important.
Books on evolution always compromise, even if they are critical of Darwinism.

It helps to get out of that racket, and look at the issues without the built in bias.

I have put the first two chapters of World History And The Eonic Effect, Fourth Edition online at history-and-evolution.com: Scroll down to the section #2 box for the menu image of the Chapters to the book.
The links work for the Introduction, Chapter 1, the Appendix and the first section of subsequent chapters, to make the links all work on the menus.

I will put the rest up as time goes on, i.e. soon, (it is a huge job to get all the links to work right), along with a guide to the exit, which seems formidable to some, but which is a lot simpler in this edition.

The eonic effect shows us that the riddle of (human) evolution can be solved by looking at world history. This can seem counterintuitive at first, but only because Darwinian propaganda has confused the issue.
In this edition,theory has gone into the background, and you can simply follow the short world history and outline as an ‘idea for a universal history’.

Tags: Fourth Edition · World History and The Eonic Effect

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