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The Surrogate Almighty By Robert Byrne
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Just as the quirky characters “whisper over plates of half eaten food while smearing condiments around with cold fries,” its readers are sure to do the same while discussing the... More > possibilities of the controversial conspiracy based on the works of Charles Darwin that have been applied to human evolution by the Nazis and the American government before them in the form of Eugenics. In today’s general mistrust of the government and an impending socialized healthcare plan this novel is timely and hits home with the American people. Dave Morisson receives a phone call, the catalyst of a string of events that begins with a man trying to murder him in his sleep. As he uncovers the pieces of the conspiracy he finds himself with a moral dilemma and the burning rage of revenge that this wrong must be made right, and the people must know what has been taken from them for over half a century…< Less
The Fairy Godmothers and Other Tales (Esprios Classics) By Mrs. Alfred Gatty
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Margaret Gatty (née Scott, 3 June 1809 – 4 October 1873) was an English children's author and writer on marine biology. Some of her writings argue against Charles Darwin's Origin of... More > Species. Among her other books are Parables from Nature, Worlds not Realized, Proverbs Illustrated, and Aunt Judy's Tales. She also conducted Aunt Judy's Magazine, a family publication written by various members of Margaret's large family. This book was originally printed in 1851. To My Children These tales are most affectionately dedicated. They were written in hours of sickness but are intended to be read by the healthy and joyous young: and to illustrate some favourite and long cherished convictions. Margaret Gatty. Ecclesfield Vicarage, 27th March 1851.< Less
The Blake-Feyerabend Hypothesis By Timb Hoswell
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Written by Timb D. Hoswell, one of Australia’s foremost cutting edge philosophers, The Blake-Feyerabend Hypothesis is the cultivation of radical research into the very foundations of knowledge.... More > Controversial, defiant, and audacious, it begins by reducing Darwinian epistemology to a logical paradox, before progressing rapidly to establish a new post atheist branch of philosophy, while at the same time, demolishing over four hundred years of traditional Western Philosophy. Hailed as a seminal text in the Philosophy of the Imagination, and the primus opus of the Nuevo-neo wave of philosophy, Hoswell brings together long forgotten atheists, linguistic, historical, and scientific evidence, as well as contemporary analytic sources and puts them within a framework laid out by the radical English poet William Blake, and the French Anarchist thinker Paul Feyerabend, in order to show that imagination and human creativity are the real underlying sources of human knowledge.< Less
Creation: Behold: Worldviews and a New Scientific Awakening By Richard Schaefer
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Author Richard A. Schaefer is a lifelong communicator, fascinated by stories and, like any good journalist, digs for the facts and verifies sources, exploring nagging questions such as "Is... More > creation or evolution more credible, based on science and expert opinions?" This book truly represents a personal passion of looking at all sides of the CREATION vs. EVOLUTION issue. He has called on many experts and theorists—including Charles Darwin himself. Surprisingly, Darwin was far more skeptical of his own theories than are many PhDs today, and admitted to significant holes in his logic. Read for yourself, as great thinkers explore the pros and cons of both theories and their variants.< Less
Rethinking Evolution By Joseph. J Ph.D
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This book is all about Rethinking Evolution. We know that during the days of Darwin, the field of microscopy was at its infancy, and genetics did not exist as a field at all... at these times Darwin... More > made remarkable achievements in the understanding of the origins of life. But science has come a long way since the days of Darwin. By Rethinking on Evolution (especially Speciation); this book discusses about the concepts Darwin (the original thinker) would have probably worked on, if he would be living (amongst us) in these days. Though this book is basic it can be called a research edition, in the sense that it requires at least some prior knowledge in the subject area to continue to understand and enjoy reading it. I wish you to have a good time. For more information on Species Problem:< Less
I Was Blind But Now I See Evolution - Creation By Marilyn Oakley
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A book that takes a look at the theory of evolution, and a look at creation. Some of the questions that are covered in her new book are - What are the real facts behind evolution? Were we designed by... More > Intelligence? Did dinosaurs and man really coexist? What the earth’s crust tells us. How the Great Flood fits the fossil record. What were the Father of Evolution Charles Darwin’s real thoughts on his own theory of evolution? What some evolutionists say on this theory. Louis Pasteur did multiple experiments on Darwin’s theory. What were his findings? All evidence and proof point to … ? The evolution/creation controversy is not just a scientific issue. In her book, she is going to show you the reasons why she thinks the evolution theory is wrong and how creation gives a better account. She believes students—and people in general—should feel free to choose for themselves among these ideas and to be able to exercise their freedoms of thought and of opinion. How long have your eyes been closed?< Less
Across Patagonia: Illustrated By Lady Florence Dixie
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Weary of her life in English society, during 1878–1879 Dixie travelled with her husband, two of her brothers and Julius Beerbohm in Patagonia in South America. There, she hunted big game and... More > ate it with gusto. On one occasion, while riding on the prairie, her party was overtaken by a huge prairie fire, and her horse bolted with her. On her return to England, Dixie wrote her book Across Patagonia, which discussed Dixie’s observations of the country and its inhabitants. Lady Dixie also shared her observations of Patagonia with Charles Darwin. Lady Dixie sent Darwin a copy of Across Patagonia; Darwin's copy of this book is part of the Library of Charles Darwin located in the Rare Books Room of Cambridge University Library. A hotel at Puerto Natales in the Chilean part of Patagonia is named the Hotel Lady Florence Dixie in her honour.< Less
The Origin of Species By Richard Pearson
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On the Origin of Species (or more completely, On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life), published on 24 November 1859,... More > is a work of scientific literature by Charles Darwin which is considered to be the foundation of evolutionary biology. Darwin's book introduced the scientific theory that populations evolve over the course of generations through a process of natural selection. It presented a body of evidence that the diversity of life arose by common descent through a branching pattern of evolution. Darwin included evidence that he had gathered on the Beagle expedition in the 1830s and his subsequent findings from research, correspondence, and experimentation.< Less
The Voyage of the Beagle Study Guide By
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The Voyage of the Beagle Study Guide contains a comprehensive summary and analysis of The Voyage of the Beagle by Charles Darwin. It includes a detailed Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries &... More > Analysis, Character Descriptions, Objects/Places, Themes, Styles, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion on The Voyage of the Beagle.< Less
Les Enseignements du Papillon By Alexandre Morel
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Vers 1860, un fils de pasteur qui avait fait de l'étude de la nature son occupation principale, réfléchissait au mode de reproduction de l'ichneumon. Cette espèce de... More > guêpe, au dard extrêmement dur, pond ses œufs dans le corps d'un autre animal, et notamment des chenilles. Lorsque les larves éclosent, elles dévorent ensuite leur hôte de l'intérieur (une chrysalide qui a été ichneumonée donnera donc naissance à un ichneumon, et non à un papillon). Le spectacle de la lutte pour la vie dans toute sa cruauté, suffit alors pour que celui qui y songeait, renonce définitivement à croire en un Dieu tout-puissant et plein de bonté, qui aurait créé le monde. Ce jeune homme s'appelait Charles Darwin...< Less

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