Jerry Coyne’s Why Evolution Is True blog just got its millionth comment, but I can’t say I am jealous as a heretical and ostracized Darwin critic. That blog is Darwin dogmatism of the worst kind and I can’t even comment there as a critic of natural selection. You’ll be sorry is my warning as the whole paradigm of darwinism slides very slowly over the falls. The blog has attacked every book even among biologists that dissents in any way from the religion. The blog is ‘why evolution is true’, but who is challenging evolution: it is the issue of natural selection this is crackpot pseudo-science. Needless to say, noone there has read World History and the Eonic Effect, a warning of where darwinists are going wrong. Darwinism has destroyed trust in and respect for science.
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, …
The eonic effect is confusing because it must depict a complex phenomenon over the surface of a planet over a long period of time. further, once we see the factor of directionality we have to grasp how this phenomenon could express teleology.
That said, the data of the eonic effect suggests the answer to just that.
But the mechanism remains elusive because its action is not fully visible…This however is strictly speaking about world history, but we are forced to consider that it tells us in rough terms a lot about evolution in deep time.
The ideology of darwinism completely ignores what evolution really is and is really an absurd oversimplification that covers up the ignorance on the part of biologists the complexity of the whole subject.
Source: The eonic effect – Darwiniana
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So we may not even have only one genome. Apart from genome mapping, who would know? It doesn’t seem to affect the sense of singular and unique identity. Readers, if you went through a Darwinian biology curriculum in school, do you think it would have sounded quite the same way if this kind of thin