Evolutionism

Aldous Huxley in his book Ends and Means, 1946, p. 70 explains enthusiastic reception of evolutionism as follows: “I had motives for not wanting the world to have meaning…The liberation we desired was.;..from a certain system of morality. We objected to the morality because it interfered with our sexual freedom.” Note, unusually big testicles

True Origins

Skewed Science

A  theory  is  an  idea  supported  by  many  observations  (Pinkston  681).  A  theory  is  not  a  law. The  difference  in  a  law  and  a  theory  is  that  a  law  can  be  tested  with  experiments,  but  a  theory  can  not  or  has  not  been  tested.  Evolution  as  a  theory  can  not  be  tested  like  the  law  of  gravity.

Evolution  is  an  ancient  idea  that  life  began  due  to  a  slow  process  of  simple  things  automatically  becoming  more  complex.  Theistic  evolution  realizes  that  independent  genesis  of  a  living  being  from  non-living  matter  contradicts  the  facts  of  observation  and  the  origin  of  attributes  fitted  to  the  purpose  for  materialistic  evolution.

There  is  a  difference  between  ‘nature’  and  ‘intention’  because  matter  is  not  of  the  form  from  which  it  receives.  I  have  spoken  of  this  several  times  on  yahoo  that  everything  physical  within  us  can  be  understood  materialistically  as  only  a  pathway(s).

Materialistically  it  cannot  be  understood  as  ‘Intention’/’Prime  Mover’….of  this  is  how  we  think…how  our  brains  work..this  has  been  scientifically  validated  on  newborns,  born  with  eyes  &  ears  reacting  to  stimulus  that  was  NOT  learned  or  taught  after  birth  from  another  person.

Seminal  reason  cannot  be  attributed  to  matter….IOWs…chaos  like  absolute  zero  does  not  exist..  Man  did  not  come  from  passive  inert  material  then  into  seminal  reasoning  by  mindless  acts  of  chaos  via  mutations.  Further,  the  Physical  LAW  that  precludes  macromolecule  to  cell  transition  (macro  evolution)  is  2LOT  The  Second  Law  Of  Thermo  Dynamics  binds  both  ‘open’  or  ‘closed’  systems.

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The Christian Bear

An atheist was taking a walk through the woods “What majestic trees! What powerful rivers! What beautiful animals!” he said to himself. As he continued walking alongside the river he heard a rustling in the bushes. Turning to look, he saw a 7 foot grizzly charging towards him.

He ran as fast as he could up the path. Looking over his shoulder he saw that the bear was closing in on him. His heart was pumping frantically and he tried to run even faster.

He tripped and fell on the ground. He rolled over to pick himself up but saw the bear raising his paw to take a swipe at him. At that instant the atheist cried out: “Oh my God…”

Time stopped.

The bear froze.

The forest was silent.

It was then that a bright light shone down upon the man and a voice came out of the sky saying: “You deny my existence for all of these years, teach others I don’t exist, and even credit creation to a cosmic accident. Do you expect me to help you out of this predicament? Am I to count you as a believer?”

The atheist looked directly into the light, “It would be hypocritical of me to suddenly ask you to treat me as a Christian now, but perhaps, could you make the bear a Christian?”

“Very well,” said the voice.

The light went out.

And the sounds of the forest resumed.

Then the bear lowered his paw, bowed his head and spoke:

“Lord, bless this food which I am about to receive and for which I am truly thankful. Amen.”

Many evolutionists have tried to argue that humans are 99% or 98% or what ever% similar chemically to apes and blood precipitation tests do indicate that the chimpanzee is people’s closest relative. Yet regarding this, we must also critically observe the following: “Milk chemistry indicates that the donkey is man’s closest relative.” “Cholesterol level tests, indicate that the garter snake is man’s closest relative.” “Tear enzymes chemistry, indicates that the chicken is man’s closest relative.” “On the basis of another type of blood chemistry test, the butter bean is man’s closest relative.

Making a Monkey Out of Darwin

by  Patrick J. Buchanan

“You have no notion of the intrigue that goes on in this blessed world of science,” wrote Thomas Huxley. “Science is, I fear, no purer than any other region of human activity; though it should be.”

As “Darwin’s bulldog,” Huxley would himself engage in intrigue, deceit and intellectual property theft to make his master’s theory gospel truth in Great Britain.

He is quoted above for two reasons.

First is House passage of a “cap-and-trade” climate-change bill. Depending on which scientists you believe, the dire consequences of global warming are inconvenient truths — or a fearmongering scheme to siphon off the wealth of individuals and empower bureaucrats.

The second is publication of “The End of Darwinism: And How a Flawed and Disastrous Theory Was Stolen and Sold,” by Eugene G. Windchy, a splendid little book that begins with Huxley’s lament.

That Darwinism has proven “disastrous theory” is indisputable.

“Karl Marx loved Darwinism,” writes Windchy. “To him, survival of the fittest as the source of progress justified violence in bringing about social and political change, in other words, the revolution.”

“Darwin suits my purpose,” Marx wrote.

Darwin suited Adolf Hitler’s purposes, too.

“Although born to a Catholic family Hitler become a hard-eyed Darwinist who saw life as a constant struggle between the strong and the weak. His Darwinism was so extreme that he thought it would have been better for the world if the Muslims had won the eighth century battle of Tours, which stopped the Arabs’ advance into France. Had the Christians lost, (Hitler) reasoned, Germanic people would have acquired a more warlike creed

and, because of their natural superiority, would have become the leaders of an Islamic empire.”

Charles Darwin also suited the purpose of the eugenicists and Herbert Spencer, who preached a survival-of-the-fittest social Darwinism to robber baron industrialists exploiting 19th-century immigrants.

Historian Jacques Barzun believes Darwinism brought on World War I: “Since in every European country between 1870 and 1914 there was a war party demanding armaments, an individualist party demanding ruthless competition, an imperialist party demanding a free hand over backward peoples, a socialist party demanding the conquest of power and a racialist party demanding internal purges against aliens — all of them, when appeals

to greed and glory failed, invoked Spencer and Darwin, which was to say science incarnate.”

Yet a theory can produce evil — and still be true.

And here Windchy does his best demolition work.

Darwin, he demonstrates, stole his theory from Alfred Wallace, who had sent him a “completed formal paper on evolution by natural selection.”

“All my originality … will be smashed,” wailed Darwin when he got Wallace’s manuscript.

Darwin also lied in “The Origin of Species” about believing in a Creator. By 1859, he was a confirmed agnostic and so admitted in his posthumous autobiography, which was censored by his family.

Darwin’s examples of natural selection — such as the giraffe acquiring its long neck to reach ever higher into the trees for the leaves upon which it fed to survive — have been debunked. Giraffes eat grass and bushes. And if, as Darwin claimed, inches meant life or death, how did female giraffes, two or three feet shorter, survive?

Windchy goes on to relate such scientific hoaxes as “Nebraska Man” — an anthropoid ape ancestor to man, whose tooth turned out to belong to a wild pig — and Piltdown Man, the missing link between monkey and man.

Discovered in England in 1912, Piltdown Man was a sensation until exposed by a 1950s investigator as the skull of a Medieval Englishman attached to the jaw of an Asian ape whose teeth had been filed down to look human and whose bones had been stained to look old.

Yet three English scientists were knighted for Piltdown Man.

Other myths are demolished. Bird feathers do not come from the scales of reptiles. There are no gills in human embryos.

For 150 years, the fossil record has failed to validate Darwin.

“The extreme rarity of transitional forms in the fossil record persists as the trade secret of paleontologists,” admitted Stephen J. Gould in 1977. But that fossil record now contains even more species that appear fully developed, with no traceable ancestors.

Darwin ruled out such “miracles.”

And Darwinists still have not explained the origin of life, nor have they been able to produce life from non-life.

The most delicious chapter is Windchy’s exposure of the Scopes Monkey Trial and Hollywood’s Bible-mocking movie “Inherit the Wind,” starring Spencer Tracy as Clarence Darrow.

The trial was a hoked-up scam to garner publicity for Dayton, Tenn. Scopes never taught evolution and never took the stand. His students were tutored to commit perjury. And William Jennings Bryan held his own against the atheist Darrow in the transcript of the trial.

In 1981, Gould had this advice for beleaguered Darwinists:

“Perhaps we should all lie low and rally round the flag of strict Darwinism … a kind of old-time religion on our part.”

Exactly. Darwinism is not science. It is faith. Always was.

Karl Marx Was Rothschild's Employee Who Was Hired To Create A Social Doctrine To Centralize A Nation State's Wealth Into The BOE aka; Bank Of England.

Karl Marx Was Rothschild’s Employee Who Was Hired To Create A Social Doctrine To Centralize A Nation State’s Wealth Into The BOE aka; Bank Of England.

Darwin’s work is most important and suits my purpose in that it provides a basis in natural science for the historical class struggle.” ~ Karl Marx

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