History, Evolution, and The Darwin Debate

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Darwinism’s fantasy of theory

May 16th, 2015 · No Comments

http://history-and-evolution.com/whee4th/intro1_1_1.htm: Many are overwhelmed by the text and size of WHEE, but the treatment of evolution in this work surpasses all others for a simple reason: it finds the (unique) evidence for something actually ‘evolving’. Please note that darwinists, and everyone else, are unable to do this, and for a very good reason: we can’t process, visualize, or directly observe anything evolving. World history shows an elusive but concrete process in fragments and this is a kind of crib to the way anything can evolve.
One of the key issues is the appearance of a cyclical return process that constitutes a driver or ‘evolutionary helper’: things develop on their own, and yet they can ‘really develop’ with the help of a directional fixer.
Biologists assume that Darwin’s theory explains all sorts of mysteries, like the emergence of whales from land mammals. We can certainly conclude this is the result of ‘evolution’, but we can’t specify the mechanism.
Scientists have proven incompetent on this subject and one reason is the vice of using ‘evolution’ for ideological purposes.

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