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The Crazy Theories of Evolution

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  • 出版年:2011[民100]
  • 出版社:Strategic Book Group
  • 出版地:Durham, Conn
  • ISBN:978-1-61204-742-3 ; 1-61204-742-4

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簡介

This highly amusing book analyses and comprehensively demolishes the many theories of evolution stage by stage. The author invites readers to draw their own conclusions after considering the evidence for and against. He believes that most people have never really given much serious thought to the vital question of whether we descended from Adam and Eve or whether we evolved from lower forms of life. He contends that most people who believe that we evolved from (non-existent) ape-men do so simply because that is what they have been taught to believe. Readers are reminded that the theories are nothing more than that - theories. It is made clear that every single stage of supposed evolution is an imagined one where the suggested supportive evidence has not been substantiated. Did you know that since the first two people came into existence; the world’s population has doubled only just over thirty-one-and-a-half times?

章節

  • Introduction(p.1)
  • The Fishy Theory(p.6)
  • Darwinism(p.8)
  • Why We Should Be Mute About Mutations(p.10)
  • Adaptations(p.12)
  • The Ape Men(p.14)
  • Where Have All the People Gone?(p.16)
  • Noah’s Flood(p.18)
  • Flood Legends(p.23)
  • Noah’s Ark(p.25)
  • “Fossiling” for Evidence(p.27)
  • Carbon Dating(p.31)
  • Thermodynamics(p.33)
  • The ‘Horse Tree’ of Evolution(p.35)
  • Vestigial Organs(p.37)
  • Embryology(p.38)
  • The Mental Link(p.40)
  • Theistic Evolution(p.41)
  • Conclusion(p.43)
  • PRAISE THE LORD(p.v)

作者簡介

Silvio Famularo is a New Zealander of Italian decent. He has had a varied career as an opera singer, comedian, actor and public speaker as well as having owned and managed several businesses. Now in his later years he is mainly devoting his time to writing books with the aim of sharing the good and valuable information he has learned in life with others. His philosophy is that it is not what you accumulate in life that matters, but what you contribute.

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