The Evolution Revolution - Why Thinking People are Rethinking the Theory of Evolution

The Evolution Revolution - Why Thinking People are Rethinking the Theory of Evolution

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This book is not an ordinary anti-Evolution discourse. It actually DESTROYS Evolutionary theory!
The book makes two important points:
(1) It destroys Darwinian evolution and all its derivatives that rely on random heritable changes. From this it follows that evolutionary theory does not, for example, support Common Descent.
(2) It offers a replacement theory, which relies on non-random heritable changes -- The Non-random Evolutionary Hypothesis (NREH). This hypothesis accounts for all observed examples of evolution. This theory does not, however, deal with origins.

How has evolutionary theory been destroyed?
Evolutionary theory that relies on randomness has been destroyed by noting that no one has been able to show that the evolutionary events according to the theory have a probability that is anything but so small as to be practically equivalent to zero. Unless the probability of events like Common Descent, and even just speciation, can be shown to be reasonably high, the theory is not a theory. This has never been shown, thus the theory is destroyed.

What about the evidence for evolution?
Evolution is usually inferred to have happened in the past from fossil evidence and from molecular similarities in the proteins and DNA of different species. But the book notes that inferences from circumstantial evidence require a valid theory to connect the inference to the evidence, and there is no valid theory. So that evidence does not support common descent.

What is the non-random hypothesis?
The book describes a mechanism for evolution that accounts for all evolution that has been observed, as distinguished from what has been inferred from circumstantial evidence and from what is often justified by mere stories that evolutionists spin to describe how evolution might have happened. Organisms, it turns out, have a built-in capacity to respond adaptively to environmental stress. The evolutionary changes that arise from these responses are not random and lead to adaptive evolutionary changes. The mechanism is described as to how this capability works. Many examples are given of the workings of this process.