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the interplay of habit and creativity in nature as an "unfolding," the literal meaning of "evolution"; a vector, a force with a direction, leading us to a progressively-manifesting, non-static cosmos, one of perpetual becoming rather than being
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"To suppose the eye with all its inimitable contrivances for adjusting the focus to different distances, for admitting different amounts of light, and for the correction of spherical and chromatic aberration, could have been formed by natural selection, seems, I freely confess, absurd in the highest degree.” Charles Darwin, The Origin Of Species, 1859
“… the thought of the eye made me cold all over." Charles Darwin, letter to Asa Gray, 1860
the double A+
Fifty years ago, to satisfy a high school English-class assignment, I spoke before my fellow senior students on the controversial subject of biological evolution.
Armed with tantalizing anti-evolution information secured from a Biblical-Creationist church, like a severe and humorless Old Testament prophet, I mounted the lectern with an air authority and stern-mindedness. Later, in college public-speaking classes, as I recount elsewhere, I would suffer extreme stage fright, sometimes, freezing up so violently that I’d have to sit down before I fell down. But not on this day of my evolution speech; on that day, I was a boy on fire with his message.
Editor’s note: As I prepared these introductory comments, I decided to dredge up some of those old anti-evolution articles from the church, just to see what I’d think about them now. I readily found all of them online, an entire archival library. The church itself no longer exists, having been splintered into numerous competing factions, a casualty of egoic in-fighting. As I reviewed these old writings, however, it quickly became evident that the church’s argument against evolution, in the main, fell into a category of what today is known as “tangled hierarchies,” which I will discuss.
My talk issued as diatribe against the logical inconsistencies of Darwinism. It went something like this:
“Natural selection allows some animals to survive while others become extinct. But if an animal is surviving, why does it need to evolve? There are some animals living today, like the coelacanth fish, whose bodily shape is the same as millions of years ago. Why didn’t these life forms evolve? Presumably, they’ve been surviving just fine with no need to change, obviated the need for evolution. But if an organism needs to develop certain abilities to make it more competitive, how does this happen? If it occurs gradually over a long period of time, as Darwinism suggests, what allows the creature to survive during the interim? What good is a half-developed eye, or a half-developed lung, or a half-developed wing? The animal wouldn’t survive with partially-constructed features; natural selection itself, perceiving no advantage to partially-constructed morphic elements, would discard these unfinished works. Consider the archerfish:
"Refraction, as we know, is the bending of light, which occurs in a medium such as water. Bent light makes things appear to be what, and where, they are not. The archerfish has somehow solved this refraction problem. Presently, it can aim, without distorted view, a jet of water at its prey with great accuracy. But if the archerfish needed this ability or advantage to survive, how did it feed itself in the meantime? And if it had other means to feed itself, then why develop the new ability?”
I went on to point out that Nature is filled with this kind of catch-22 conundrum. Virtually every species, indeed, every aspect of the body, might be analyzed this way.
In subsequent days after my speech, a friend came to me. Confiding that I'd altered her point of view, she'd also conducted a quick poll among our peers and said, “About half the class agrees with you, and half are opposed.” Jim Olig, our English teacher, apparently, a closet anti-evolutionist, loved this information so much that he awarded my efforts an unheard-of double A+.
how does my white-hair perspective judge this today
There are many problems. That seventeen year-old boy had no idea.
There were no winners that day; both sides got it wrong. While Biblical Creationism has a few points in its favor, and Darwinism has some credit on its side, both camps substantially miss the mark of what’s going on here.
Below, you will find approximately 100 sub-articles exploring the minutia of this vast and contentious subject. Much more could be said, and there can be no absolute final answers right now, but we can understand some things.
But, I know what you want to ask: Why are both sides wrong, and how is that possible? They get it wrong because, as Nobel laureate Dr. Richard Feynman and other physicists, such as Dr. Amit Goswami, suggest, quantum mechanics and “The Double-Slit Experiment” change everything.
As such, all of the scientific disciplines, including biology – and let’s include religion, too, as it presumes to offer a cosmology – must be re-evaluated and re-stated in light of “the only mystery” of science.
bite-sized packets of information
Editor’s note: The following short sub-articles will lead us "down the rabbit-hole" to how evolution really works. But, it would be very rude to keep you in suspense. Let's begin with the conclusion, in outline-equation form:
QUANTUM WAVE COLLAPSE
+ MORPHIC FIELDS
+ MORPHIC RESONANCE
+ NATURAL SELECTION
= ORIGIN and EVOLUTION of SPECIES
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The reason behind the reason for what most people believe.
Why only the virtuous find the truth.
Intelligent Design, yes, but not Biblical Creationism; Evolution, yes, but not Darwinism
Biblical Creationism and Darwinism speak at each other, conduct themselves as rival religions and should be viewed as such
Biblical Creationism does not adequately address the many facets of the emergence of biological life
High school and college kids are not taught that biology is not a true science – not like chemistry and physics.
when the law and the facts do not support your case, then pound the table and vilify the opposing attorney
Editor's note: I presented this featurette on the "Clear Thinking" page but feel it helpful to re-introduce it here.
The following proverb, sometimes called “The Last Resort Rule,” was not taught in Civil Procedure class when I was in law school; however, some attorneys do report of professors who mentioned it.
There are different versions of the aphorism, but it goes something like this:
“If you have a case where the law is clearly on your side, but the facts and justice seem to be against you,” advised an old lawyer to a young attorney, “urge upon the jury the vast importance of sustaining the law."
"On the other hand," the old lawyer continued, "if the law is against you, or doubtful, and the facts show that your case is founded in justice, insist that justice be done though the heavens fall."
“But,” asked the young man, “how shall I manage a case where both the law and the facts are dead against me?”
“In that situation,” replied the old lawyer, “talk around it - and the worse it is, the harder you pound the table.”
Some variants of this sophistry conclude with, not just pounding the table but, attacking the opposing counsel, or yelling with outrage, or shouting at the jury.
It's all a cool calculation. In other words, when the law and the facts are not on your side – and if you lack any semblance of scruple -- you need to do something fast to divert attention from the poverty and lack of substance of your defense; you need to create a scene, manufacture some theatrical charade of moral outrage, produce your own little one-person “mob rule” incident in order to bully your way into a better tactical position – that is, if you want to have any chance of winning your case, and, again, if you lack any sense of moral rectitude and respect for the rule of law.
On the “Clear Thinking” page, I suggested that “The Last Resort Rule” is alive and well within certain political circles as a tool of deception and propaganda. Big Religion, too, very often employs such procedures to justify and promote its anti-humanistic mind-control agenda.
And, unfortunately, we also witness the use of these strong-arm tactics by materialist biologists. The fact that they do use them is proof presumptive that they’ve lost the argument on the merits of the case and must now resort to name-calling and “pounding tables.”
Here's an example of "shouting at the jury," what you do when "the law" and "the facts" are against you:
"If you meet somebody who claims not to believe in evolution, that person is either ignorant, stupid, or insane." Dr. Richard Dawkins
The unproven dogmatic foundations, the materialistic assumptions, of Darwinistic biology
Not Enough Time, Part I: "Given enough time,” the mantra of Darwinists, chance and randomness will create life on Earth and “pigs will fly.” However, mathematical probability models reveal that there is not enough time in the entire history of the universe to create life; nor in 10 universes, or 100, or 1000. There is zero chance that life could have evolved as a function of probability.
Not Enough Time, Part II: A simple protein molecule is far too complex for randomness to have produced it without a timespan equal to the duration of billions or trillions of universes.
give us one free miracle, and we'll explain the rest
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake: "As my friend Terence McKenna used to say, modern science is based on the principle, 'Give us one free miracle, and we'll explain the rest'. And the one free miracle is the appearance of all the matter and energy in the universe, and all the laws that govern it, from nothing, in a single instant."
And if you would be so kind, make that a couple "miracles," as the issue of life's origin, too, is a little tricky.
The Anthropic Principle: Part I: Was the Universe Created with Humans in Mind?
The Anthropic Principle: Part II: Why the Anthropic Principle is Undoubtedly True: the most fundamental question is not, why did life evolve this way or that, but – why is there such a thing as life at all?
How Modern Science has falsified the claims of Biblical Creationism
Where are the "missing links"? Darwinism is a theory of gradualism, of slow, continuous, incremental biological change over very long periods of time. But the fossil record does not support this view.
Toppling the pillars of Darwinism: A survey of evolution’s major “proofs”
plowing at night, discussing evolution with my cousin Tom, overturning untenable ideas with the topsoil
As a boy I spent many hundreds of hours plowing at night. Dad and Uncle Joe would sometimes work together during spring planting. I looked forward to this joint effort as I’d have opportunity to see my cousin Tom. Normally, he and I would run our own tractors, but one evening, I don’t recall why, we spent a few hours together on a ponderous John Deere, lumbering up and down a long field immediately adjacent to Grandma’s old farmyard. It was great fun to talk with Tom. Though 50 years ago, I still remember our animated discussion of biological evolution, as I shared my findings for the English-class speech assignment.
It’s all so strange and unreal to me now; several life-times ago. Also, but for a few small points here and there, most of what we talked about would prove to be incorrect: our data was fragmentary, incomplete, or non-existent; further, there was too much emphasis on biblical creationism. In fact, to my present dismay, I now perceive that I was wrong on just about everything in my life at that time.
However, I will give myself credit for one thing, a saving grace that might redeem unmindfulness wherever it's found. Though my disengaged, lackluster academic efforts in high school heralded no great coming accomplishment, I would soon enter a better mind-frame of staying with certain questions and mysteries over protracted periods of time, years and decades.
Like plowing into the late hours, long fortitude, seeded with research and contemplation, will eventually yield a harvest of good fruit, for any of us.
Kairissi and Elenchus discuss what we’ve learned so far: Part I
Preliminary comments on The Science Wars: Dr. Rupert Sheldrake versus TED, Wikipedia, and Materialistic Academia: “Where’s the blueprint in nature for all that we see around us?”
How the Fear of Death enters the Evolution Debate.
"The big idea is that the laws of nature are more like habits."
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake: "The big idea is that the ‘laws’ of nature are more like habits. There’s a kind of memory in nature. Things happen as they do because they’ve happened that way before. Every species has a kind of collective memory; every individual [of the species] draws on that collective memory and, in turn, contributes to it… I’m suggesting that this kind of memory works through a process I call morphic resonance, the influence of ‘like upon like,’ across space and time. And this memory is carried and expressed through fields, morphic fields. The word ‘morphic’ comes from the Greek word ‘morphe,’ meaning form or shape. These are fields that order self-organizing systems… These fields organize energy… [This is the] big picture.”
Editor's note: "The big idea," as Dr. Sheldrake has it, is that biological evolution is but mere subset of a vast cosmic progression, a continual reordering of reality.
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake’s Theory of Morphogenesis: What is morphogenesis?
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake’s Theory of Morphogenesis: What is a morphic field?
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake’s Theory of Morphogenesis: What is a morphogenetic field?
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake’s Theory of Morphogenesis: What is morphic resonance?
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake’s Theory of Morphogenesis: A brief history of the “field” concept in science.
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake’s Theory of Morphogenesis: A survey of the evidence for morphic fields
Fields - the name is Fields, just Fields
Quantum of Solace (2008)
Strawberry Fields (Gemma Arterton)
“Matter is no longer the fundamental explanatory principle. Fields and energy are.” Dr. Rupert Sheldrake
Gravitational fields of galaxies, and clusters of galaxies, pull and tug on their constituent members, keeping stars and planets spinning in a gigantic harmonious dance.
Our own Sun’s gravitational field extends throughout the entire solar system. And the Earth’s gravitational field keeps a familiar Moon on a short leash.
Electrons and protons and all other particles are vibrations in quantum fields.
And electro-magnetic fields – invisible waves of gamma, radio, x-ray, infra-red, ultra-violet, visible light – bombard and immerse us constantly, and fill the rooms of our homes.
We live in a universe regulated and led by fields – “regions of activity” -- of all sorts. Virtually all of these fields are invisible to the unaided eye. And it is reasonable to postulate that not all fields have yet been discovered. The evidence suggests that there are morphic fields, the “hidden blueprints,” which lend shape and form to everything we see in the universe.
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Dr. Rupert Sheldrake’s Theory of Morphogenesis: A survey of the evidence for morphic resonance
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake’s Theory of Morphogenesis: Creodes: limiting the choices, directing an organism's growth, toward specific objectives
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake’s Theory of Morphogenesis: Holons: morphic fields as hierarchical structure: parts within wholes, wholes as parts
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake’s Theory of Morphogenesis: Dr. Richard Dawkins and the almighty Selfish Gene: “DNA moves in mysterious ways” and will “aspire to immortality.”
Darwinism's main objection to Dr. Sheldrake's morphogenesis
The Human Genome Project of 2000: One of the greatest disappointments in the history of scientific research
Predicting the structure of cells on the basis of the interactions of millions of proteins and other molecules would unleash a combinatorial explosion of possible arrangements superseding the number of all the atoms in the universe
Kairissi and Elenchus discuss what we’ve learned so far: Part II
eliminate the impossible, what remains is the truth
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, speaking as Sherlock Holmes: "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."
Editor’s note: Investigating the origin of evolution we will find particularly difficult. Certainty will prove elusive, we can only speculate, concerning primordial conditions of the Earth; further, no one has ever actually seen evolution in action; as such, for many of our questions, we cannot apply the classic scientific method, in terms of reproducible and controlled experimentation. Mindful of this systemic challenge, Conan Doyle’s advice becomes an important tool for our searchings.
The mystery of biological evolution, so complex, so shrouded in primeval origin, leads us to despair of arriving at final, absolute answers. However, we can know some things.
Now, many months into this enquiry, it’s becoming clearer that the way forward is to whittle away at the false claims, the standard-fare materialistic promotion, the things that evolution could never be; in time, we trust, with encouragement from Dr. Holmes, the remaining hidden part, a closely-guarded secret of Nature, virtually by default, might reveal its identity.
Sir Arthur, by the way, was also one of the premier afterlife-researchers of his day.
From Pythagoras to Darwin: A Brief History of the Unspoken Underlying Metaphysical Assumptions of Modern Science and How They Affect the Evolution Debate
The Ghost in the Cosmic Machine: How the Underlying Metaphysical Assumptions of Modern Science Require an Actuating Force, an Original Unmoved Mover, "One Free Miracle," to Make It All Work
MicroEvolution vs. MacroEvolution: The first is patently true, evidentially around us everywhere, but the second is mere fable, untenable materialistic dogmatism.
Circular Reasoning and Promissory Notes: How the House of Darwin is built.
Lamarckianism makes a big come-back via Epigenesis. Heredity depends both on Genes and Morphic Resonance.
Morphic Resonance and Memory: just as appropriate genes are necessary for normal morphogenesis, an appropriate nervous system is necessary for normal behavior. Chemical or physical disturbances of the nerves can affect behavior, just as disturbances of genes and proteins can affect morphogenesis. But behavior is no more programmed in the nervous system than morphogenesis is programmed in the genes.
consciousness, not matter, is the ground and substance of all reality
Amit Goswami is a university professor and a writer of textbooks of quantum physics
consciousness does not exist within us, we exist within consciousness; consciousness is the only objective reality, the only thing that’s ‘real,’ with all other elements of the universe deriving being from consciousness
An introduction to the work of Professor Amit Goswami: What are the implications of his overriding precept, “consciousness is the ground of all being”? It means that all things, all subjects, ourselves, as well, will be defined by aspects of consciousness. Biological evolution as a creative process will not be excluded.
Biblical Creationism and Darwinism both become a “one-trick pony” in an attempt to explain life around us by one central too-simplistic argument.
The "epicycles" of Darwinism: not everything that's logical or mathematically consistent is true or accurately represents reality.
A Clashing of Two Governing Principles of the Natural World: a tendency toward Entropy and a march toward greater Complexity. How can both rule the universe?
Natural selection is built upon survivability; complexity has no role in the process; the problem of entropy is not addressed.
Darwinists speak only of gradual change. But the fossil record indicates that evolution works both by gradualism and by sudden jumps of creativity.
There is no such thing as “gaps” in the fossil record. We should expect to find spaces. The concept of “gap” is part of Darwinism’s gradualism.
Materialists offer objection: How can a non-material Intelligent Designer interact with material biological form, with matter? How can two entirely different substances, with nothing in common, impose causation, one upon the other?
in the quantum paradigm, biological evolution is but one small facet of a universe led by creative impulse, a mandate for greater complexity, an upward spiraling of increased awareness and sentience
Interviewer: “What’s wrong with the old worldview?”
Dr. Goswami: “The old worldview was Newtonian, [a strictly cause-and-effect clockwork universe]. In that worldview, everything is deterministic, we are machines, and cannot change.”
Alfred Russel Wallace, a leading scientist of his day, was a co-discoverer with Charles Darwin of the Theory of Natural Selection. However, after further investigation, Wallace began to harbor severe doubts that natural selection could account for the development of man’s intellect and consciousness. Wallace also was drawn to the evidence for the afterlife.
In quantum physics, objects are depicted as possibilities. Gene mutations are also quantum processes and must be treated as such.
What good is one quarter of an eye or a tenth of a wing? A trait is useful for survival only when it is fully developed. Organismic biologists challenge traditional Darwinistic biologists, holding that the evolutionary emergence of a new trait cannot be a gradual, bit-by-bit process.
Natural selection is a useful bio-evolutionary concept, directing minor variations and population growth within existing species. It does us no good, though, until we have something to “select.” Natural selection, of and by itself, cannot produce a new species and will not take us far enough, to where we want to go, in this investigation.
The classic “black moth vs. white moth” natural-selection example found in all high school biology texts: We are led to infer that species were fundamentally changed, but only population numbers were affected. It’s not mentioned that, later, when the black soot diminished, population levels of the moths shifted again. In either case, each version of the moth remained exactly the same.
Was the long neck of the giraffe produced by a slow accumulation of genetic variations? This Darwinistic concept of gradualism is too simplistic. Longer neck vertebrae could not be produced in isolation but would require a concurrent cluster of supporting bodily modifications.
A closer look at the famous experiment by Stanley Miller and Harold Urey, billed as “life created in a test-tube.” In reality, we find here a classic example of Sheldrake’s indictment, “give us one free miracle and we’ll explain the rest.”
You think you know how the world works? You think you know what's real?
|Doctor Strange (2016), The Ancient One (Tilda Swinton) and Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch)
The Ancient One: “You think you know how the world works? You think that this material universe is all there is? What is real? What mysteries lie beyond the reach of your senses? At the root of existence, mind and matter meet. Thoughts shape reality.”
at the architectonic, the elemental, level of reality, pure consciousness gives rise to phenomenal existence, what we call matter, which is but one expression of consciousness
Editor’s note: “Doctor Strange” offers a glimpse of a hidden quantum world in which pure thought directs and controls the definition of what is real. The movie, however, in Hollywood form, mixes too much error with fact for it to serve as faithful guide; nevertheless, this cinematic production manages to introduce us to an extremely important principle concerning how the universe really works. We will be looking at this in detail later as we examine new “double slit” experiments and how these impact the subject of biological evolution. In the meantime - reminiscent of a timepiece Christine offered to Stephen – ask yourself, “What mysteries lie beyond the reach of your senses?”
Evolution’s Quantum Underpinnings: Matter enters the “world of form” when quantum possibility waves collapse into particles via an observing consciousness. But, who gets to observe and decide? - The parable of Schrodinger’s Cat.
Evolution’s Quantum Underpinnings: How does an observing consciousness collapse a possibility wave?
Evolution’s Quantum Underpinnings: What evidence do we have that the observing consciousness is a Universal Consciousness?
Evolution’s Quantum Underpinnings: How does Universal Consciousness overcome the problem of entropy to inject creativity into the process?
Evolution’s Quantum Underpinnings: Does Universal Consciousness collapse possibility waves through the agency of human, or even animal, awareness?
Evolution’s Quantum Underpinnings: Biologist Charles Birch points out that there are two ways to think of the relationship of life and matter.
the dog-eat-dog, each against all, vicious competition view of nature is profoundly errant
The Darwinian paradigm of nature at war with itself, of ruthless competition among species, of creatures engaged in a zero-sum game of survival, while seemingly accurate from a very narrow perspective, fundamentally, is deeply flawed.
Careful research reveals another world of widespread cooperation; moreover, a harmonious, carefully balanced, ecosystem seemingly designed to minimize, and even eliminate, competition in both the plant and animal kingdoms.
The New Biology: Discovering The Wisdom In Nature, Augros and Stanciu: “Derived from a classic study by ecologist Robert MacArthur, this diagram illustrates how five species of warbler, similar in size and shape, feed on bud worms in the same spruce trees. They avoid competition by occupying subtly different niches. The shaded areas indicate where each species spends more than half its time. The birds also use different methods of hunting. This pattern of noncompetition is typical of naturally coexisting species.”
"Animals fulfill God's will most faithfully: they live to fulfill their Creator's purpose. We do not do this. We meddle with the work of the Creator. But the animals are themselves, and they fulfill the will of God within them in a true and faithful manner." Dr. Carl Jung
Are not the innocent faces of these creatures utterly and deeply moving?
Perry Marshall: “In plants and animals," for the greater good of the organism at large, "cells obediently die in response to instructions from other cells.”
dismantling Darwinism at the British Royal Society
In London, November 7-9, 2016, at the venerable British Royal Society (founded 1660), "300 scientists from around the world gathered to evaluate a sea change in evolutionary theory... What was new, at the world’s oldest scientific society, was that 1) a public quorum of 300 scientists acknowledged the centrality of these [anti-Darwinistic] discoveries... and 2) there was no longer any room to discourage or demean these findings...
"This meeting had no mainstream precedent. Such a conference would NEVER have happened five years ago. It would have been too politically incorrect, too threatening to the Neo-Darwinian monopoly." Perry Marshall, Evolution 2.0
Dr. Denis Noble of Oxford, Fellow of the Royal Society, critic of Neo-Darwinism and organizer of the conference. Author of Dance to the Tune of Life: Biological Relativity, he also edits the cross-disciplinary journal Interface for the Royal Society.
Perry Marshall: "Why the Genetic Code Is a Code, Not Merely Like a Code"
Perry Marshall: Darwinists refuse to discuss statistics, as these undermine their position.
Perry Marshall: Dobzhansky’s fruit flies and the inefficacy of random mutations
Perry Marshall: "Code First, Evolution Second: Dispelling Random Mutations Once and for All"
Perry Marshall: "The claim that any mutation is random is not provable - because, in mathematics, there is no method for proving any sequence of numbers is random. In fact, to prove that anything is random has been proven impossible."
Transposition: a Nobel-Prize winning achievement, one of the greatest scientific discoveries of the 20th century, but ignored and censored by the Darwin Monopoly
After the Russian launching of Sputnik I on October 4, 1957, Americans felt compelled to more vigorously emphasize science in high school curricula. One response was the creation of the “BSCS” biology textbook, considered to be college prep. I decided to order a copy, the very one I studied (or offered illusion of such) in 1966, to see what I’d think of it today. I was disappointed. Where was the rigorous scientific mindset meant to compete with the Russians?
Instead, on page after page, I discovered the soft-underbelly of Darwinism, the squishy belief-system, the unverified dogma, the untested and untestable theory posing as knowledge. The very subtitle of the text, "Molecules To Man," speaks to "upward causation," an unproven materialistic metaphysical assumption. We didn't realize it then, but partisan writings such as these become de facto Darwinian catechisms, suitable for indoctrinating the young herd.
Worse, some of the greatest scientific advancements in genetics, well known to the biological community by the 1960s, were conspicuously absent from the evolution discussion. This could only happen by design – a dishonest ploy, a preemptive strike of censorship by the Darwin Monopoly which controls the production of textbooks in the United States.
Perry Marshall: “I found there are two versions of evolution: There’s the real-world evolution practiced by scientists and medical researchers. And there’s a largely fake, dumbed-down version that they bicker about [at] Kansas school board meetings [and] currently being taught in schools.”
Geneticist Barbara McClintock discovered “Transposition” during the 1940s. Transposition refers to the cell’s ability to edit and rewrite its own DNA code, especially during times of stress, privation, and danger. This means that an organism can direct its own evolution, very quickly, virtually in “real time,” without the need of endless eons and natural selection.
In 1983 McClintock received a Nobel Prize for her discovery of Transposition. In 2005 the above postage stamp was issued in her honor.
And yet, to this day, introductory biology texts, in both high school and college, ignore and censor McClintock’s Transposition, continuing to preach the worn-out and disingenuous Darwinian doctrines. It is only in upper-level biology college courses, where the real world can no longer be avoided, that Transposition is given its due, and the dark-age "religious" teachings of Darwinism finally are set aside.
Perry Marshall: Geneticist Barbara McClintock’s “Transposition” is one of the greatest scientific discoveries that we’ve never heard of.
Perry Marshall: Dr. Lynn Margulis’ “Symbiogenesis” reveals that cooperation, not survival of the fittest, nor natural selection, is a primary driver of evolution.
Perry Marshall's report on the British Royal Society evolution conference.
dis guy died and nobody told’em
The movie *61 recounts the exciting year of baseball, 1961, with Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle vying to break Babe Ruth’s home-run record.
The film offered a memorable wise-crack. The Baseball Commissioner, gaunt-faced and aged, stands beside Mrs. Babe Ruth in a ceremony awarding Maris the 1960 MVP award. Noting the ashen-demeanored visage, the irreverent Whitey Ford leans toward Mickey and jabs, “dis guy died and nobody told’em.” It was funny.
But it’s not as funny when an entire branch of physics dies, is knocked down from a high pedestal, but whose corpse, nevertheless, is propped up by fake-science, acting as if Bohr and Einstein never existed.
Darwinistic evolutionary biology, by the admission of its promoters, is built upon Newtonian physics – which has fallen from grace; but you wouldn’t know this from what they say.
Newtonian physics, while still valuable within a certain limited context, has been superseded by the larger paradigm of quantum mechanics and relativity. Everyone in science knows this. Even so, Darwinists, insisting that biology is an extension of deterministic physics, haven’t bothered to update high-school and college texts; they just keep "pounding the table."
Twentieth century advancements in physics have changed everything, but "upward causation" evolutionists continue to preach a doctrine that is based upon premises as obsolete as the dodo bird -- “dis guy died and nobody told’em.”
Augros & Stanciu's The New Biology: Physics As The Paradigm: "Biology is still in its pre-Copernican period," operating as if the Sun rises in the east and sets in the west.
Augros & Stanciu's The New Biology: The great quantum physicists speak out on the primacy, not of matter but, consciousness.
The “old story” of science is Newtonian, cause-and-effect, materialistic, but the “new story” is quantum-based, probabilistic, such that “the conscious observer has become essential as a participator in the scientific measurements.” Sir John Eccles, Nobel Prize winner for his work in brain research
|Robert M. Augros, PhD
||George N. Stanciu, PhD
At the time of this writing, I am now two years into this project. Even though the subject of biological evolution had been an interest since high school, I was not prepared for the many layers of complexity, the widespread sweeping-under-the-rug of evidence supporting quantum theory, the brash and outright fraud by the Darwin monopoly; nor did I appreciate early on that biological evolution is not a mere stand-alone subject but part of a much larger view of how the universe works.
To properly understand “evo,” we need a wider perspective on how quantum-mind and consciousness bear upon the process. To this end, I’m introducing Augros and Stanciu’s, “The New Story Of Science.” Each page bristles with insights. Their chapter on “Mind” I’d hoped to acknowledge with a few quotations, but now I feel compelled to summarize the entire section. See it in the next link-icon.
Augros & Stanciu's The New Story Of Science: In the "old story" of science, mind is part of the material brain. But brain researchers have disemboweled the notion of mechanical mind.
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