World History and the Eonic Effect(WHEE)-online

Ape to man : In Search of History: Using the Text

Time to get down to business, after all this blog is called ‘Darwiniana’, i.e. the issues of evolution (and history). World History and the Eonic Effect is subject to boycott by the Darwin Propaganda Machine but in reality is one of the best ways to grapple with the enigma of evolution, although it approaches the subject indirectly via the study of world history. It is a secular critique of darwinism in the sense of proceeding with no theological agenda, something the public badly needs given the way the whole issue of evolution has been subject to rightist appropriation by bible belt fanatics.

What is the ‘eonic effect’? We are subjected to the claims of random evolution by natural selection on the part of ‘darwinists’ and most biologists but this is a delusion of the pseudo-science of darwinism. Over and over and over again the statistical implausibility of such claims have been pointed out, notably by Fred Hoyle, to no avail. Academics who try to correct this situation are mostly fired immediately, an effective tactic to keep ‘mouths shut’. There is no more obstinate brainwashed person than the darwinian biologist/academic. There must be an agenda here! Maybe it is not brainwashing but sheer mendacity. Darwinism is a vested interest of economists, also. Capitalism after the fashion of survival of the fittest…
The eonic effect demonstrates a ‘non-random’ pattern in world history, i.e. something that can’t have arisen by chance. That implies some kind of dynamical process at work, with the effect of ‘directionality’, perhaps teleology. The result shows something darwinists would claim can’t exist, but does, rendering suspicious the claims for deep time. It is in fact almost absurd to claim that random evolution produced the realm of life forms visible from the fossil record. Even to a superficial high-level view the evolutionary record, adamantly claimed to be random emergence by the faithful, is a toss up: it equally shows direct high-level evidence of directed evolution as of random evolution: the climb to higher complexity is the most direct example. The ambiguity arises because we can’t zoom in to see the periods of rapid emergence. This is implied in the claims for ‘punctuated equilibrium'(PE) by some biologists: the periods of ‘punctuation’ are so short we never see them, only the final ‘equilibrium’ of completed speciation: a new species coming into existence. We won’t use the idea of PE (a flawed paradigm in the way it is used) as such but the idea can give you a quick take on the eonic effect. World history shows us something fantastic: actual ‘punctuations’ and their subsequent ‘equilibria’. This is justifiably called ‘evolution’ because it shows development. You may claim that this development is different from evolution in deep time. But even if the usage is different, ‘evolution’ is the right term. All sorts of things evolve in their own way. But here we can show that history and evolution are connected concepts, so we are probably on the right track. WHEE will clarify these points. In any case visualizing a non-random pattern can be illuminating: after that there is no going back to the junk science claims of the darwinists and the Dawkins fan club.
The problem here is the need to study world history as a whole and that requires a lot of reading and study. But we can get a glimpse of the process with summary treatments, hopefully. Nothing is certain in such a complex field: the range of data (the last five thousand years) is still not sufficient for a fully conclusive result, so let us say simply if you believe random evolution reigns over all, the data of the eonic effect should leave you unnerved. But overall as you zoom in over and over and then zoom out the rightness of the claim begins to make more and more sense.
The whole book is online at You can start here: : In Search of History: Using the Text
You can also get the text at amazon and via a free pdf version
It is a long study, and there are shorter summaries which we will link to here sometime soon. I is ok to move through the whole set of webpages quickly to try and get a sense of the whole.

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