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Virus Evolution Errors In New Scientist Magazine

In its 27 August, 2008, edition the magazine carried an article by Gary Hamilton containing speculation about the role of viruses in so-called evolution. Titled “Viruses: Unsung Heroes of Evolution,” the article noted the grave dilemma that complexity poses for the theory of evolution. The following questions at the very beginning of the article are an indication of this:  “How …

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How Much Further Will Darwinists Have to Push Their Imaginary Evolutionar Process Back?

Darwin set out, at least in his own eyes, the timing and course of the imaginary evolution of living things. According to Darwin, living things developed from the supposed first cell, which itself appeared by chance, and one gradually turned into another, again by chance. This unbelievable claim lacked any scientific support, yet the whole theory was founded upon that …

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