Evolutions History Essay, Research Paper 1/29/99 Biology 2 Period 2 Charles Darwin The ?un?Scientific Theory of Evolution and the Manufactured Evidenced used Drunken Scientists to Support this Exaggerated Theory.
Evolutions History Essay, Research Paper
Period 2 Charles Darwin
The ?un?Scientific Theory of Evolution and the Manufactured Evidenced used Drunken Scientists to Support this Exaggerated Theory.
Preface: Teaching the Theory of Evolution is like teaching the Bible in a public school. It?s biased and unsupported and is banned by the constitution. I attended Catholic schools for four years. I was subsequently expelled. That experience has left me with the open-mindedness to proceed with this assignment. All views expressed in this report are unbiased and impartial.
The Theory of Evolution is a very touchy subject with allot of people throughout the world. The
Pope has denounced the theory, as well has anybody who digs deeper to understand the nature of
evolution. Societal progress is imperative to our survival and science provides the backbone for it.
Science gets in the way sometimes. People who clung to and believed Ptolemy?s theories (mostly people
who were advised by ignorant scientists) show how science can thrust a society into regression. We
would be further ahead had Ptolemy been ?naturally selected? and killed. Scientists are usually an
overzealous type with perspicuous personalities, never letting you know what they really know. This
hampers the average person from understanding why scientists believe what they believe. This is exactly
why the Theory of Evolution should be taken at face value, a theory.
Charles Darwin is supposedly the inventor of ideas such as natural selection, and the Theory of
Evolution. (This is refuted by various sources, and by the journal of the late Chinese scientist Xu Tangfuti
who died before Darwin was born!) He was born in 1809 and lingered till 1882 for a total life span of 71
years. He served as a naturalist from 1831 to 1836 aboard the H.M.S Beagle. This was a science
expedition around the world. He studied fossils of extinct animals in South Africa. He also studied the
variations of species on the Turtle Islands. The information
he gained at these places is how he supposedly conceived his
theories on natural selection and evolution. He eventually
went back to London where he reviewed his note and findings.
Out of his studies grew several related theories: one, evolution did occur; two, evolutionary change was
gradual, requiring thousands to millions of years; three, the primary mechanism for evolution was natural
selection; and four, the millions of species alive today arose from a single original life form through a
branching process called “specialization.” (Which seems like a very shifty idea.) He set these his theories
forth in his book called, “On the Origin of the Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation
of Favored Races in the Struggle for Life” or “The Origin of the Species” for short. After publication of
Origin of Species, Darwin continued to write about botany, geology, biology and zoology until his death.
Darwin’s work had a tremendous impact on religious thought. Many people strongly opposed the
idea of evolution because it conflicted with their religious convictions. Other people understood the
scientific foundation of it and realized it was weak and malformed. Charles Darwin smartly avoided
talking about the theological and sociological aspects of his work, but other writers plagiarized his
theories that he plagiarized to support their own theories about society. Mr. Darwin was a reserved,
thorough, sometimes lazy scholar who concerned himself with the feelings and motions not only of his
family, but friends and peers as well. He surprisingly was said to be a nice, outgoing person.
Charles Darwin a smart man who liked to drink to excess. He had an enduring mind and a
bastard child, Henrietta. If he had the modern understanding of genetics and understood the role of
mutations he probably would have come up with more plausible ideas. His work continues to be the base
of today?s research. There really is no substantial biochemical evidence to support this, although biology
teachers across the nation will tell you otherwise. This is backed up by recent ?Contractual Data
Evaluations? by Dr. Stanley B. Prusiner a leading Nobel Prize winning biochemist. His studies further
backup skeptical non-religious people across the country.
In conclusion, there is no God and definitely no evolution or living things. Science is the only
thing that progresses our society. It again, is the only thing that rapidly slows us down. The theories on
evolution were good for us a hundred years ago, not now. It is time to move on. This may leave teachers
tristful, but then they will at least benefit students by teaching real material. Nuff said.
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