Cambrian explosion

Apparently, some people are reading Steve Meyer’s book, Darwin’s Doubt, on the Cambrian explosion…

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Darwin's Doubt … just not some of the reviewers, or so it seemed. (Some reviewers must now be wishing they had read it.)

As the year winds to a close tomorrow, at 3:20 EST or so:

12 Replies to “Apparently, some people are reading Steve Meyer’s book, Darwin’s Doubt, on the Cambrian explosion…

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    JGuy says:

    Looks like actually #2 in organic evolution. Buy a few more copies if you want to put it to #1.

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    News says:

    It probably moved a bit after I just copy pasted whatever the site said at around 3:20 pm.

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    Axel says:

    (Some reviewers must now be wishing they had read it.)’

    !!!!!

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    Mapou says:

    Dr. Meyer is articulate, knowledgeable and confident. He’s essentially tearing them a new orifice. Darwin’s Doubt is a tremendous and merciless blow to the underbelly of Darwinism. All the Darwinists can do is bluster while writhing in pain. It’s a pleasure to watch.

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    tjguy says:

    Good to know people ARE reading it!

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    Robert Byers says:

    It is a blow to the bad guys. they surely hoped it would flop and announce the end of the educated public interest in these matters.
    Not yet!
    Considering the almost dry nature of the evidence it suggests the public is waiting for more iD books on expanded subjects on God and creation and criticism against opposite.
    It makes sense.
    The public believes in a creator and as long as those arguing for the evidence of a creator in natures evidence are ARTICULATE, professional, and degree-ed and can write a little THEN they will be interested and very interested.
    YEC has the ability but not the confidence of the educated public who are not us.
    The harvest is plenty and so more workers needed.
    The revolution in biology is doing very well and predictions of doing better can be made now.
    Wrong ideas in science can be corrected by smarter people.

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    Mapou says:

    Byers, as a Christian, I am free to tell you that YEC will go nowhere because it’s a bunch of nonsense.

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    CentralScrutinizer says:

    Meyers reviews on Amazon:

    It’s funny, the biggest anti-Meyer loudmouth on Amazon bases his principle objection to Meyer’s book on a claim that the Cambrian Explosion “did not happen”… “at least not how Meyer’s claims it happen” and then provides bogus interpretations of sources to back up his view. It’s quite hilarious and makes me feel warm all over.

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    Mapou says:

    Atheists and Darwinists jump up and down and make a lot of noise when they sense danger to their little religion. The lady does protest a little too much, in my opinion, but it’s good for publicity and sales. Meyer is laughing all the way to the bank, planning a sequel, I’m sure.

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    Joe says:

    Points that are lost on the evos reviewing Meyer:

    1- Meyer did not name it “the cambrian explosion”
    2- Meyer is not the originator of the word “sudden” in relation to the appearance of new forms
    3- Evos can’t account for single-celled eukaryotes, let alone metazoans

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    Robert Byers says:

    Mapou
    YEC has been everywhere and still here and the future.
    We never changed our conclusions and now others realize the science was never there for claims of NO God and YES evolution.
    Welcome aboard ;better late then never.
    You might get persuaded to the yEC way since your agreeing on questioning previous conclusions.

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    Robert Byers says:

    Mapou
    YEC has been everywhere and still here and the future.
    We never changed our conclusions and now others realize the science was never there for claims of NO God and YES evolution.
    Welcome aboard ;better late then never.
    You might get persuaded to the yEC way since your agreeing on questioning previous conclusions.

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