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Boundaries Of Evolution: What Would Darwin Think Now About The Big Bang, DNA, And Finite Time?

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by: Theodore Johnstone
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Publication Date: February 2, 2021
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 300
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781952852435
$16.99

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Book Synopsis
Boundaries of Evolution describes the unlikelihood of evolutionary theory to explain how it is supposed to scale three
major biological cliffs. The first cliff is the need for a logical explanation of how random chemical reactions could
produce the first living cell from the primordial soup. The second is the problem of explaining how the first singlecelled
eukaryote evolved from a prokaryote. Mathematical improbabilities of evolutionary theory to scale the first two cliffs, in the time available, are demonstrated. The third insurmountable cliff is the necessity for a reasonable explanation of how millions of different kinds of multi-celled eukaryotes could have quickly evolved from single-celled
eukaryotes.
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