Darwin Revisited: or how to understand biology in the 21st century
In 2001, molecular biologist Dr. Peter Borger left for a study trip to Australia. The journey that followed was unexpected. Not only did it change his life, but it also fundamentally changed his view of biology. He discovered that living systems are very differently from what he was taught in the academia. Biology is very different from what Darwinian philosophy presupposes. In this intriguing treatise you can read why and how the biology of the 21st century ends the era of Darwin. This book teaches how living systems really function, how genomes are programmed to adapt and how organisms can be understood only as holistically designed, adaptable reproduction devices. John A. Davison, Professor of Biology and staunch opponent of the Darwinian thesis, said about this book: "With this book Peter Borger has produced a very interesting and up to date alternative to the Darwinian thesis, the most tested and failed proposal in the history of science. Hopefully Borger's book will help ensure its long overdue demise as a rational explanation for the great mystery of organic evolution." This book is a must-read for anyone who wants to participate in the evolution-creation debate.
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