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Evolution, the Theories and The Facts - Silvio Famularo

Evolution, the Theories and The Facts

Author Silvio Famularo

  • Published: 2011-07-30
  • Category: Science & Nature
2.5 Stars
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Description

While most people seem to believe the theories of evolution, the fact is that the majority of people have never really checked them out for themselves. They just believe what they have been told to believe. This booklet proves that all the theories are nothing but far-fetched fantasies.

Top Customer Reviews

  • Not one word is referring to science

    1
    From The toddler revolution
    Everything doesn't make sense if you've read 1 book on evolution
  • Don't read this

    1
    From JACKANDJACKFAN
    Read the first paragraph and laughed, don't read this. All opinion-based.
  • Not what I Was expecting

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    From SmithBrad
    As soon as I read the first few "facts" and "theory's" I knew this book entirely un-reliable
  • The Creationist's Handbook...

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    From Wildtime
    THEORY: Creationism arguments are well thought out and thoroughly researched. FACT: None of the arguments presented would withstand an actual debate. One would have to disregard the sciences of biology, geology, chemistry and physics; as well as the astrophysics, geological and paleontological evidence found all around you. CHALLENGE: Scrutinize each argument presented for logical fallacies.
  • Laughable

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    From soehnx
    The definitions and statements in just the sample of this book are wrong. Obviously the author fails to distinguish between what is a theory and what is fact. A scientific theory encompasses a large body of well-supported facts, laws, predictions and produces explanations for a large class of phenomena. As the National Academy of Sciences explains: "The formal scientific definition of theory is quite different from the everyday meaning of the word. It refers to a comprehensive explanation of some aspect of nature that is supported by a vast body of evidence. Many scientific theories are so well established that no new evidence is likely to alter them substantially." The theory of gravity or quantum field theory or the heliocentric theory for instance are all well-supported by facts and produce consistent explanations. Theory, in the scientific sense then is not some untested speculation as in hypothesis, it is a comprehensive explanation. Theories are not facts; they explain and organize facts.
  • Spectacularly Inaccurate

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    From hmb64
    From the first page, it's obvious that the author didn't pick up a single book on evolution (or science in general) to produce this work. It is, from cover-to-cover, a collection of the usual creationist armament: irreducible complexity, Second Law of Thermodynamics, quote mining, and a Ray Comfort-inspired understanding of the Theory of Evolution. If you read this as an actual exploration of evolution you will, by the book's end, have filled your mind with inaccuracies and fallacies and know less about the subject than you did prior to opening the cover.