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The Theory of Darwinian Evolution is a Fraud! Finally, a long awaited secret of the Universe. For the first time, Man has scientific proof showing a pattern to all life. Can this be possible? Phillip Clegg have written an exceptionally readable, mind expanding and almost equation free account of how an accidental discovery of an obscure mathematical theorem came to overturn an established scientific paradigm.
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This book is elegant in its simplicity and yet complex in its scope of re-defining an ordered universe. This book zeros in on a year old controversy of Darwinian Evolution and tears it apart with laser like precision such that the very core of that 'theory' is - to borrow a phrase from Descartes - "rent asunder". There is nothing new under the sun.
Since the Big Bang, an organizing principle of matter, embedded in the natural laws of physics, and eventually life itself, has manifested itself in a precise pattern such that it is found in literally everything - from the composition of meteorites to seawater, soil, and gasses here on earth as well as in tabulated data on everything from stock prices to river lengths.
This discovery, called Benford's Law, simply states that in any tabulated data set of natural numbers, the frequency of occurrence of the digits 1 through 9, as the first significant digit, will conform to a set pattern: What does this scientific law of nature have to do with Darwin's Evolution Theory? Evolution through its mechanism of Natural Selection could not have worked in an organized universe where the absence of chaos was the rule, not the exception, thereby eliminating 'chance a. Read more Read less.
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It is absolutely safe to say that if you meet somebody who claims not to believe in evolution, that person is ignorant, stupid or insane or wicked. Even if this book prove there is an creator, which it does not. A creator does not equal god.
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We could be living in some high school science project. I thought I'd actually read the damn thing before judging. And I find I needn't have bothered. I don't know if he's a liar, an idiot, or just blinded by his a priori stance, but it's one of these because if he does have a masters in physics he should know better than the arguments he gives.
Therefore, it does not seem to me an objection of any force that certain groups of animals, such as the Foraminifera, have not advanced in organization. Why certain whole classes, or certain numbers of a class, have advanced and others have not, we cannot even conjecture. But as we do not know under what forms or how life originated in this world, it would be rash to assert that even such lowly endowed animals as the Foraminifera, with their beautiful shells as figured by Dr. Carpenter, have not in any degree advanced in organization.
So little do we know of the conditions of life all around us, that we cannot say why one native weed or insect swarms in numbers, and another closely allied weed or insect is rare. Is it then possible that we should understand why one group of beings has risen in the scale of life during the long lapse of time, and another group has remained stationary?
Certainly I never anticipated that I should have had to encounter objections on the score that organic beings have not undergone a greater amount of change than that stamped in plain letters on almost every line of their structure. I cannot here resist expressing my satisfaction that Sir Charles Lyell, to whom I have for so many years looked up as my master in geology, has said 2nd edit.
The whole subject of the gradual modification of species is only now opening out. There surely is a grand future for Natural History. Even the vital force may hereafter come within the grasp of modern science, its correlations with other forces have already been ably indicated by Dr.
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Carpenter in the Philosophical Transactions ; but the nature of life will not be seized on by assuming that Foraminifera are periodically generated from slime or ooze. Did you see the article on Heterogeny or Spontaneous generation, written I believe, certainly by Owen!! The now famous letter was mailed to Hooker on February 1st, ,. I return the pamphlets, which I have been very glad to read. It is often said that all the conditions for the first production of a living organism are now present, which could ever have been present.
I enjoyed much the visit of you four gentlemen, i. His son Francis Darwin included part of this now famous letter as a footnote in the 3rd volume of Life and Letters Darwin , Vol 3: In Melvin Calvin included the letter both the transcription and the facsimile in his book on chemical evolution Calvin , calling it to the attention of the origins-of-life community. Although Friedrich Miescher had discovered nucleic acids he called them nuclein in Dahm , the deciphering of their central role in genetic processes would remain unknown for almost another century.
In contrast, the roles played by proteins in manifold biological processes had been established. Equally significant, by the time Darwin wrote his letter major advances had been made in the understanding of the material basis of life, which for a long time had been considered to be fundamentally different from inorganic compounds. Although Darwin had developed a strong interest in chemistry as a youngster, it is not known if he was aware of the synthesis of alanine achieved by Adolf Strecker in In the absence of any real corroborative evidence, it is impossible to guess what Darwin thought about the nature of the first living beings.
In his recently published Charles Darwin Shorter Publications — , van Wyhe has included a curious item published in in Science under the title Mr.
The short note describes an exchange between Charles Darwin and Otto Hahn, an amateur geologist who claimed in that he had discovered remains of extraterrestrial sponges, corals and plants in the Knyahinya meteorite that fell in Hungary on June 6, van Wyhe The complete text states that,. Hahn has taken steps to enable Prof. It is understood that all those who have availed themselves of the opportunity thus offered have become convinced of the genuineness of Dr. It is very interesting to note the position taken by the greatest of living evolutionists in this controversy, if it can still be called such.
Charles Darwin, on receipt of Dr. Not content with the mere presentation of his work, Dr. Hahn visited the veteran zoologist and brought his preparations to him for inspection.
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No sooner had Mr. Darwin peered through the microscope on one of the finest specimens when he started up from his seat and exclaimed: It is an acknowledgment of the relief Mr. Bonney intended to insert a rebuttal for the claim in a review he was writing unidentified on an allied subject. Darwin replied in a letter to Bonney now lost.
The idea that there were fossils present in some meteorites was embraced by parts of the scientific community although others questioned the validity of these claims.
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Moreover, he did not view microbes, which are gorgeously absent from his work, as evolutionary predecessors of animals and plants Lazcano As he wrote in in his Fourth Notebook de Beer Darwin included few statements on the origin of life in his books. As underlined by Aulie this is what he wanted to make public. Over and over again he carefully emphasized the lack of evidence on the possibility of spontaneous generation. Lamarck, who believed in an innate and inevitable tendency towards perfection in all organic beings, seems to have felt this difficulty so strongly, that he was led to suppose that new and simple forms were continually being produced by spontaneous generation.
However, Darwin was not a prophet who predicted in his letter to Hooker the experiments on abiotic chemical synthesis carried out since the first Miller-Urey experiment. Although he insisted over and over again that there was no evidence of how the first organisms may have first appeared, he was firmly convinced it was the outcome of a natural process that had to be approached from a secular framework.
It is true, as Lady Antonia Fraser once wrote, that hindsight can make bad history. This early statement is consistent with many other lines of evidence demonstrating that Darwin took for granted a natural origin of life. However, his ideas on how it may have happened must remain forever in the domain of historical speculation.
In a letter he sent in February 28, to D. As far as external form is concerned, Eozoon shows how difficult it is to distinguish between organised and inorganised bodies. If it is ever found that life can originate on this world, the vital phenomena will come under some general law of nature. Whether the existence of a conscious God can be proved from the existence of the so called laws of nature i. Over and over again Darwin insisted that the issue of spontaneous generation was intractable by the science of his time.
As he wrote on November 21, to Julius Viktor Carus [ www. He was to maintain the same attitude for many years to come, as shown by the letter mailed on March 28, , near the end of his life, to George Charles Wallich de Beer In it Darwin wrote that,. I have met with no evidence that seems in the least trustworthy, in favour of the so-called Spontaneous generation.
I believe that I have somewhere said but cannot find the passage that the principle of continuity renders it probable that the principle of life will hereafter be shown to be a part, or consequence of some general law; but this is only conjecture and not science. I know nothing about the Protista, and shall be very glad to read your Lecture when it is published, if you will be so kind as to send me a copy. It is interesting, however, to recall a letter he sent on August 28, to Wallace, were Darwin wrote that [Letter ],.
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The work reported here has been greatly facilitated by the documents available at The Darwin Correspondence Project http: Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial License which permits any noncommercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author s and source are credited. National Center for Biotechnology Information , U.
Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere. Orig Life Evol Biosph. Published online Jul Bada , 2 and Antonio Lazcano 3. Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. Received Jun 25; Accepted Jul 9. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Darwin, Warm little pond, Origin of life, Spontaneous generation. Introduction What did Darwin think about the origin of life?