new theory of evolution?
James

Derby, UK

#1 Mar 23, 2013
The publication of The Blueprints of Creation, The Shaping of Life by Self-Organization, will present the discovery of the mathematical algorithm used by nature to design the plant and animal body.

Based on the geometry of subdividing spheres called palintomy, the topological algorithm accurately generates body plans for complex life. The discovery has been acclaimed enthusiastically by a number of prominent scientists as the solution to the most important problem facing biology, the origin and evolution of life.

The graphical dynamical model of the path from one cell to the human body is included in sixty plates of animations which depict the origin of the major life forms including the human skeleton, the body forms of the vertebrates, insects and crustaceans, as well as skin patterns and the archetypal form of flowers.

The model is an alternative to neo-Darwinism, the theory of the natural selection of random genetic mutations that is still dogma in many schools. Although peer-review-published and conference presented, the new paradigm for biology has been met with vehement opposition. The acceptance of this new paradigm for the science of biology presents a revised view of the role of the genes, offering new paths for cancer research. As an asset to astrobiology, the model predicts what life elsewhere in the universe is most likely to look like. Creationists may no longer rightly claim that biology has no theory for the mechanism of evolution.

http://www.syntheticlifelab.com/index.html

Level 9

Since: Sep 08

Everett, WA

#2 Mar 23, 2013
Creationists never could claim that biology has no mechanism for evolution.

And you have only found wacky WAG. That is not a theory. You need to learn what the word theory means.
James

Derby, UK

#3 Mar 23, 2013
"Creationists never could claim that biology has no mechanism for evolution."

But that is what creationists do claim, they say random mutations do not exlain evolution and that evolution has no valid mechanism. Perhaps now the creationists won;t be claiming that anymore. Self-organizational factors have been discovered in evolution.

"And you have only found wacky WAG. That is not a theory. You need to learn what the word theory means."

His theory has been peer-reviewed:

"Mt. Holyoke paleontologist Mark McMenamin has called the discovery “a seismic event in science.” The model is based neither on a genetic code nor on natural selection, thus contradicting the orthodox Synthetic paradigm that has dominated evolutionary biology for seven decades. Nevertheless, this model offers an alternative naturalistic theory that can account for the origin of form without recourse to any form of creationism or supernatural intervention. If it should gain widespread acceptance, this model would negate the creationist argument that science has no theory for the origin of complex life."


http://www.astrobio.net/pressrelease/3628/inn...
LowellGuy

United States

#4 Mar 24, 2013
James wrote:
"Creationists never could claim that biology has no mechanism for evolution."
But that is what creationists do claim, they say random mutations do not exlain evolution and that evolution has no valid mechanism. Perhaps now the creationists won;t be claiming that anymore. Self-organizational factors have been discovered in evolution.
"And you have only found wacky WAG. That is not a theory. You need to learn what the word theory means."
His theory has been peer-reviewed:
"Mt. Holyoke paleontologist Mark McMenamin has called the discovery “a seismic event in science.” The model is based neither on a genetic code nor on natural selection, thus contradicting the orthodox Synthetic paradigm that has dominated evolutionary biology for seven decades. Nevertheless, this model offers an alternative naturalistic theory that can account for the origin of form without recourse to any form of creationism or supernatural intervention. If it should gain widespread acceptance, this model would negate the creationist argument that science has no theory for the origin of complex life."
http://www.astrobio.net/pressrelease/3628/inn...
You think that constitutes peer review? Moron.

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