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Darwinism Refuted

Darwinism Refuted

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Published by Sam Batesman
This book is the most comprehensive scientific challenge from Harun Yahya to Darwinism. As the book explains in detail, findings from the last two decades in particular openly contradict the basic assumptions of the evolutionary theory. Many branches of science, such as paleontology, biochemistry, population genetics, comparative anatomy and biophysics, indicate that natural processes and coincidental effects cannot explain life, as the theory of evolution proposes.
This book is the most comprehensive scientific challenge from Harun Yahya to Darwinism. As the book explains in detail, findings from the last two decades in particular openly contradict the basic assumptions of the evolutionary theory. Many branches of science, such as paleontology, biochemistry, population genetics, comparative anatomy and biophysics, indicate that natural processes and coincidental effects cannot explain life, as the theory of evolution proposes.

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Published by: Sam Batesman on Jan 23, 2010
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