The discussion of evolution and its theories in Chapter 2 of World History and the Eonic Effect (WHEE) remains relevant even after almost twenty years, a sign of the frozen state of evolutionary theories. There is nothing complicated about it, in essence: the failure of natural selection is the only key concept in such a critique. This situation is changing but even now a simple declaration of the failure of natural selection is muted or absent in the innovative still sidelined books on ‘evolution’.
Continue reading WHEE and ‘evolution’…2.1 The Legacy of Darwinism
The strangest aspect of darwinism is the tenacity of the ‘experts’ in promoting it ad infinitum even as dissent emerges in the background, essentially falsifying the theory. For the general public it is merely sad to see them fall in line while for those constantly preaching faith in science and scientists on the subject the verdict is more harsh because trust in science is at stake. Continue reading The eonic effect and darwinian evolution: overcoming an ideological mindset
After all the water over the damn on the success of darwinism the reality is that biologists cannot explain speciation.
Source: Addressing the speciation mess: View species as models? | Uncommon Descent – Darwiniana
Source: The eonic effect as reminder of the complexity of ‘evolution’, and its non-genetic aspect – Darwiniana
As you read this watch your brain shut down as the reigning paradigm asserts control, assuming you are a ‘darwinist’…You never think about ‘evolution’, you just believe what biologists tell you, little suspicious they are complete idiots here.
Biologists are in a mysterious funk on the question of evolution: it would seem to a more sensible view, given the criticism of darwinism in terms of statistics, that there is no way the conventional account can work. We have noted here repeatedly, citing the insight of the great scientist Fred Hoyle, who was under no threat of academic retaliation, given his brilliance and reputation, that natural selection can’t be right, period. Biologists should have moved on long ago, but, amazingly, to the great discredit of science, the whole field is stuck in an absurdity. Continue reading Biological fields?…//The eonic effect as reminder of the complexity of ‘evolution’, and its non-genetic aspect
Early Jurassic predatory dinosaurs are very rare, and mostly small in size. Saltriovenator zanellai, a new genus and species is the oldest known ceratosaurian, and the world’s largest (1 ton) predatory dinosaur from the Lower Jurassic (Sinemurian, ~198 Mya).
Source: The oldest large-sized predatory dinosaur comes from the Italian Alps — ScienceDaily
“Researchers were not certain where and how flowers came into existence because it seems that many flowers just popped up in the Cretaceous from nowhere,” explains lead author Qiang Fu” It now looks as though they just popped into the Jurassic from nowhere.
Source: Researchers: Flowers bloomed in early Jurassic, 50 million years earlier than thought | Uncommon Descent
Challenging the evolutionary establishment
Source: Science vs. Darwinism | WORLD News Group
MicroCT scans of the Australopithecus fossil known as Little Foot shows that the brain of this ancient human relative was small and shows features that are similar to our own brain and others that are closer to our ancestor shared with living chimpanzees.
Source: Peering into Little Foot’s 3.67-million-year-old brain — ScienceDaily
The discovery in China of fossil specimens of a flower called Nanjinganthus from the Early Jurassic shakes up widely accepted theories of plant evolution.
Source: Fossils suggest flowers originated 50 million years earlier than thought — ScienceDaily