Evolution's Achilles' Heels
Many people believe the universe and all life in it evolved by chance due to naturalistic processes over billions of years. It is also believed that there is abundant scientific evidence to support this idea. Yet, most individuals rarely examine...
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Many people believe the universe and all life in it evolved by chance due to naturalistic processes over billions of years. It is also believed that there is abundant scientific evidence to support this idea. Yet, most individuals rarely examine the evidence for themselves. Instead, our human tendency is to defer to 'leading scientists' who claim to qualified to know. However, not all scientists agree that evolution is a valid explanantion for how things came to be and this book takes another look at the cherished icons behind evolutionary belief - written and reviewed by PhD scientists qualified in their respective fields. Their summaries will help you examine the evidence for yourself. Even though evolution is the riling paradigm, is it as strong an edifice as many believe? At the end of the day, this foundational and crucial area of origins should have a profound impact on the way that every individual views his/her reason for being. It's that important!
The nine PhD scientists who have contributed to this volume are Donald Batten, Robert Carter, David Catchpoole, John Hartnett, Mark Harwood, Jim Mason, Jonathan Sarfati, Emil Silvestru and Tasman Walker.
Educated at the University of Utah and the University of Illinois at Champaign/Urbana, Rob Carter conducts research in computer-assisted design and teaches typography, graphic design, and computer graphics at Virginia Commonwealth University in Virginia. With the help of authors Ben Day and Philip Meggs, Carter wrote the book Typographic Design: Form and Communication, a richly illustrated source of information and ideas. Carter has also written the books Working with Computer Type: Color & Type, Experimental Typography; and Working with Computer Type 2: Logo Types, Stationery Systems, Visual Identity. Carter's graphic designs have been exhibited by the American Institute of Graphic Arts, New York Art Director's Club, Society of Typographic Arts, Graphis Annual, Creativity, and the New York Type Director's Club.