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Darwin Given Credit for Non-Darwinian Observations

School of silver fish

Darwinian evolution is supposed to refer to the origin of new species by means of natural selection. That was in the title of Darwin’s book. There are two ways Darwinians can claim that “nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution.” One is to make evolution refer to every change of every kind – no matter what caused it. The other way is to redefine “sense” to encompass nonsense. Here we will see examples of both…

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Famous Geneticist: Humans Are Going Extinct

Genetic Entropy Dr. Sanford

Sanford was once an evolutionist, and few geneticists could boast of (1) having their work involved in feeding starving billions in the 3rd world and (2) having his inventions in the collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. But late in his career, what should have been an instant invitation to speak at the NIH seemed permanently closed. Why? …

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