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There have been many books written about the Theory of Evolution. Probably, your first thought here is that this is just one more book on the subject. And you are right! However, this one has a different twist to it. This one asks questions about the subject matter where answers have not been forthcoming. Taking a layman’s approach to addressing the subject matter, the author writes as though the reader is bringing nothing to this reading experience except a curiosity. This book was not written for those of the scientific community, per se. There are quite a few questions that the author feels stand in the way of acceptance of the Theory, and remain unanswered. These are brought to the forefront, amid informative background knowledge of life and it’s beginning, and of necessity, an opposing view. That, of course, would be “Intelligent Design”. Intriguing topics addressed by others are presented, such as the Big Bang beginning of the Universe, or the discovery of a particle found to exist that’s smaller, even, than the parts of an atom i.e., smaller than the proton, the neutron, even the electron. Dark Energy, and it’s possible catastrophic results on the Universe are briefly discussed, as well as the information stored in DNA in all living cells, which is the design criteria for life. So you see the discussions are made purposely broad to offer the reader the necessary background for his better understanding of the subject matter.

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