What is the eonic effect and how can we use the term ‘evolution’ for it…? 

We keep referencing the eonic effect, so-called, what do we mean by it? we had a huge literature on this in the old Darwiniana, but we will start over here, slowly. Here is a first take… The …

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The Legacy of Darwinism

2.1 The Legacy of Darwinism

At a time when theories of evolution are under renewed controversy, discussion is hampered by the remoteness of the phenomenon of evolution, and the use of indirect inference to speculate about deep time. In the face of much criticism from religious Creationists, now accompanied by the Intelligent Design movement, adherents of Darwinism forever defend a flawed theory that has been challenged from its first appearance. The objections of the first reviewers of Darwin’s book, indeed even of T. H. Huxley, the original champion of the theory, were never quite answered in the tide of paradigm change that swept modern culture. The perennial issue is natural selection as the mechanism of evolution. The assumption that evolution occurs, and must occur, at random is the crux of the dispute, one unreasonably confused by the claims of religion versus science.i Continue reading The Legacy of Darwinism

WHEE and ‘evolution’…2.1 The Legacy of Darwinism

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’.
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The eonic effect and darwinian evolution: overcoming an ideological mindset

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

History and Evolution, the blog: Introduction to the ‘eonic effect’ – History and Evolution

World History and the Eonic Effect: Civilization, Darwinism and Theories of Evolution (WHEE): this work also has multiple versions in hardback and Kindle available at Amazon.com We will use this ac…

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