A third way of evolution?
|June 2, 2014||Posted by News under Evolution, News|
That’s the new buzz here:
The vast majority of people believe that there are only two alternative ways to explain the origins of biological diversity. One way is Creationism that depends upon supernatural intervention by a divine Creator. The other way is Neo-Darwinism, which has elevated Natural Selection into a unique creative force that solves all the difficult evolutionary problems. Both views are inconsistent with significant bodies of empirical evidence and have evolved into hard-line ideologies. There is a need for a more open “third way” of discussing evolutionary change based on empirical observations.
Supporters include Shapiro, Noble, Koonin, Neuman, Jablonka—non-Darwin lobby researchers into evolution. Interested in understanding nature, not getting a judge to agree to enshrine their beliefs in a tax-funded, union-infested school system.
Sounds interesting. Stuff to get started.
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