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21. The Continuing Evolution of Evolution [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1994 (Vol XVI) (Oct 1995) Home | Issue Contents REVIEWS The Continuing Evolution of Evolution Books reviewed: The Book of Life edited by S. J. Gould (Ebury Hutchinson, London, 1993); The Natural History of Evolution by P. Whitfield (Marshall Editions, London, 1993); Evolution by M. Ridley (Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 1993); The Origins of Order by S. A. Kauffman (Oxford University Press, 1993); Complexity by R. Lewin (Dent, London, 1993) All who were members of SIS in 1994 should have received as part of their ...
22. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Review Vol V No 3 (1980/81) Home | Issue Contents Bookshelf QUANTUM JUMPS IN EVOLUTION Improved Punctuation THE NEW EVOLUTIONARY TIMETABLE: FOSSILS, GENES AND THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES by Steven M. Stanley (Basic Books Inc., New York, 1981; £9 .50 hardback) TREVOR PALMER Dr Trevor Palmer is Senior Lecturer in Biochemistry in the Department of Life Sciences, Trent Polytechnic. Interdisciplinary science, as readers of this journal know only too well, has its own special problems. Nowhere is this better illustrated than in the field of evolutionary studies, which links geneticists and systematists on one side with palaeontologists on the other. The relationship ...
23. Evolution, Darwinism, Popper, and Fort - Again (Vox Populi) [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. IX No. 1 (Fall 1983) Home | Issue Contents Vox Populi Evolution, Darwinism, Popper, and Fort - Again To the Editor of KRONOS: KRONOS VII:4 contained a number of discussions of steady, or gradual versus catastrophic and implicitly instant evolution. While what was said, particularly about the researches of Nilsson, was of considerable interest, there are some matters that - on one or the other side of the debate or dispute - have been omitted. I shall try to cover these as briefly as seems reasonable. In nature, there exists a phenomenon called mimicry. There are some remarkable and perfect examples of it in ...
24. The Titius-Bode Law and the Evolution of the Solar System [Journals] [Pensee]
... From: Pensée Vol. 4 No 3: (Summer 1974) "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered VIII" Home | Issue Contents The Titius-Bode Law and the Evolution of the Solar System M. M. Nieto Copyright 1974 by M. M. Nieto ON THE POSSIBILITY OF RECENT, LARGE-SCALE EVOLUTION Dr. Nieto is a staff member at Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico, in Group T-8, "Elementary Particles and Field Theory." He is author of the widely reviewed volume, The Titius-Bode Law of Planetary Distances- Its History and Theory. For a review of this book, see p. 44. I have been asked to discuss the Titius-Bode Law of ...
... [ CD-Rom Home ] Catastrophism, Neocatastrophism and Evolution Trevor Palmer Professor Trevor Palmer is Head of the Department of Life Sciences and Dean of the Faculty of Science at the Nottingham Trent University (formerly Polytechnic). He graduated in biochemistry from Cambridge University in 1966 and obtained a PhD from London University in 1973 for research in the field of inborn errors of metabolism. This work stimulated his interest in the origin and evolutionary consequence of genetic mutations. Professor Palmer is a Chartered Biologist and a Fellow of the Institute of Biology. He is the author of Understanding Enzymes (now in its third edition) and Principles of Enzymology for Technological Applications. In addition, he is author/ ...
26. Henry H. Bauer and Immanuel Velikovsky [Books]
... correct, through almost correct, all the way to quite wrong. As a result the layman is virtually bound to be misled. Consider the following . . . . [written by Velikovsky] (Emphasis added) " '. . . mutations . . . a process of spontaneous changes in living nature fundamentally different from the process of evolution . . . postulated by Darwin' [Bauer continues] . . . . Darwin did not concern himself with genetic mutations because knowledge of genetics came much later than Darwin. But modern biologists see mutations as providing the variability (or some of it) upon which Darwin's natural selection acts to produce evolution. Mutation and natural selection go ...
27. For the Record. . . [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. I No. 4 (Winter 1976) Home | Issue Contents For the Record. . .Cataclysmic Evolution More than twenty years ago, in Earth in Upheaval ( 1955), Immanuel Velikovsky first offered his novel and "radical solution of the problem" of the theory of evolution. With meticulous care, he disputed the Darwinian mechanism of evolution- natural selection- and exposed the inherent weaknesses of that concept, especially as it pertained to the creation of new species (See E in U, pp. 233-249). This was followed by a discussion of mutations and new species (pp. 249-255) which served as a foundational prelude to ...
28. The Erratic Descent of Man [Journals] [SIS Review]
... he obtained a Ph.D . from London University in 1973 for his research in the field of inborn errors of metabolism. He is the author of Understanding Enzymes (now in its third edition) and over 50 research papers and review articles. The introduction of the molecular clock' has, without question, revolutionised the study of human evolution [1 ]. However, the more that investigations are carried out on the molecular clock', the greater are the doubts about whether it keeps perfect time. As Roger Lewin has written in New Scientist, "Imagine that for years you've been using that old clock in the village square to tell the time, making sure you ...
29. Darwin's Unfalsifiable Theory [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. VII No. 4 (Summer 1982) "Evolution, Extinction, and Catastrophism" Home | Issue Contents Darwin's Unfalsifiable Theory Tom Bethell "Darwin's Mistake" was published in the February, 1976 issue of Harper's magazine. In it I pointed out what struck me then, and still strikes me today, as a glaring error in Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection. Incidentally, in talking about "the theory of evolution" it is important to maintain the distinction between the general theory of evolution - the theory that evolution took place and Darwin's theory as to how it took place - natural selection. Admittedly, Darwin, himself constantly blurs the ...
30. The Origin And Evolution Of Stars [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... From: The Velikovskian Vol 4 No 3 (1999) Home | Issue Contents The Origin And Evolution Of Stars Charles Ginenthal Some individuals may assume that stellar evolution is so well understood and appears to explain quite well the history of stars that we do not need a new model of this process. In spite of this belief, I. S. Shklovskii has characterized the understanding of stellar formation with the remark that the "star formation problem" is still in the "realm of pure speculation."129 Simon Milton calls the star formation process "almost a total mystery."130 Regarding the formation of stars, Sir John Maddox, Editor Emeritus at Nature, says ...
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