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Darwin's Dilemma examines what many consider to be the most powerful refutation of Darwinian evolution - the Cambrian fossil record.
Charles Darwin realized that the fossil evidence did not support his theory of gradual, step-by-step evolutionary development. He hoped that future generations of scientists would make the discoveries necessary to validate his ideas.
Today, after more than 150 years of exploration fossil evidence of slow, incremental biological change has yet to be excavated. Instead, we find a picture of the rapid appearance of fully developed, complex organisms during the outset of the Cambrian geological era. Organisms that embody the major animal body plans that exist today. This remarkable explosion of life is truly Darwin's Dilemma and is best explained by the existence of a transcendent intelligence.
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Whereas I don't claim to be a paleontologist I find these books dishonest in the basic 'I think there is a flaw in evolution therefore everything must have been done by God'. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dave George
Meyer is someone to listen to, considering his Ph.D. in history and philosophy of science from the University of Cambridge. Read morePublished 4 months ago by James B Patterson
It's ok. This was the one link that Darwin did not have an explanation about.Published 5 months ago by Christoph Forbes
This isn't just a Science DVD ... it exposes the false premise of orthodox Evolutionary Science on numerous levels, and does it with lab tested Science results. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jerry Sexton
This is rather tough sledding for a non-professional botanist, but worth all the effort I put into working my way through it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Duane A. Dunham
This product works. It does what it says, arrived in good condition. It is a gift so I cannot review it. Well done movie and in-lighting as well as motivating. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Edwin D. Ricketts