New Book Reveals Fundamental Flaw in Darwin's Theory
Torchlight Publishing, Badger, CA - When he published his Origin of Species, Darwin gave his adherents hope that the wonderful complexity of living organisms could be explained without appealing to an intelligent designer. He proposed that biological complexity and diversity could be explained by variations in population. One hundred and fifty years later this promise has failed to come true.
Nature's IQ - Extraordinary Animal Behaviors that Defy Evolution confronts us with
many wonders of nature that Darwinists fail to explain in any strictly scientific fashion. Using 200 fascinating color photos, Nature's IQ cites over 100 behavioral phenomena from the animal kingdom that are unexplainable by evolution.
The authors of Nature's IQ, Isvara Krishna das and Bhagavat priya das, give the reader good reasons to reject Darwinian dogma as an valid explanation. They demonstrate that truly scientific explanations have not been given, and that in principle they cannot be given. They breathe new life into the design argument in biology, particularly with regard to the complex behavior displayed by many living things.
Darwin foresaw what would happen if his theory could not explain the development of
complex natural behaviors - "If it could be demonstrated that any complex organ existed, which could not possibly have been formed by numerous, successive, slight modifications, my theory would absolutely break down... Many instincts are so wonderful that their development will probably appear to the reader a difficulty sufficient to overthrow my whole theory."
Nature's IQ reveals a pivotal flaw in Darwin's theory: Scientists conclude that the
principal source of variety in living organisms resides in their genes. Change in physical form and behavior is thus rooted in the genes. Genetic change is the source of variation.
But to this day, scientists are unable to specify the exact series of genetic changes necessary to produce the marvelously complex organic structures and behavior.
Complex behaviors involve many steps, linked in specific sequences. Without all the
parts of the behavior being present in proper sequence, the behavior could not be executed. One can thus say that biological form and biological behavior can be irreducibly complex. This means these behaviors cannot have arisen in the step by step fashion that evolution requires.
Nature's IQ invites you to investigate an alternative explanation and the possibility that a
supernatural intelligence has applied its own infinite genius to create living beings and the world around us.
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