A deceptively simple word that has transformed the way we look at ourselves and everything around us. Once considered unique, man has been reduced to little more than another animal, thanks to evolutionary theories. Textbooks present evolution as fact-indisputable, inevitable, and incomprehensible unless you hold a PhD in a relevant field.
Don't believe it. Anyone can understand evolution. And this book provides the tools!
Evolutionists push the idea that only religious zealots dispute evolution. The Evolution Conspiracy exposes the faults in evolutionary theories, the half-truths, and the inconsistencies through a secular lens. Author Shiel takes on the challenge to demonstrate that evolution fails to meet standard criteria for a fact or a theory.
- No one can satisfactorily define what a species is.
- The usual definition of evolution is so vague as to be meaningless.
- No one knows how life originated, or where the original living cell came from.
- DNA is not infallible (despite what CSI would lead you to believe).
Read. Think. Decide for yourself.
"Shiel is consistently convincing...that evolutionary scientists have defined 'facts' and 'theory' to suit themselves. . .[and] have circumvented the true scientific method."--Dr. Quinton R. Rogers, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Dept of Molecular Biosciences, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis
"This gem of a book sheds light on the current status of evolution as a scientific theory. Shiel examines the questions from a strictly scientific point of view."--Michael A. Cremo, Author, Forbidden Archeology and Human Devolution
"This book takes a fresh look at evolution, time, and human origins. What are we? Why are we?"--Paul Abramson, Editor, Creationism.org
"Makes the most difficult issues easy to comprehend. . .reminds us that we can question, and should."--Emily Decobert, BookPleasures.com
"A powerful argument against the shibboleths of evolutionists and the cult of Darwin...A triumph of logic over dogma!"--Timothy Birdnow, American Daily Review
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