History, Evolution, and The Darwin Debate

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Is there a science of evolution?

December 9th, 2013 · No Comments

We will begin a new series on WHEE, which has a persistent set of readiers, day after day…

This book is useful for showing how theories of evolution are far too simplistic to be called science. In fact the rubric of ‘science’ is confusing the issue, since the definitions used are too narrow. We can see that Lamarck was on the right track, but the increasing demand for professional science by Darwin’s time filtered out the very issues that would lead to a true science.
The proponents of Darwinism have grouwn lazy: they have the power to enforce a myth, and have become accustomed to bad science.

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