Monday, February 26, 2018

More and More Influential Scientists calling off the Bluff of the Evolution

More and more influential scientists are finding courage to call the spade of evolution theory exactly the spade that it is: a grand mythical hoax!”

In the recent news is Satyapal Singh, not only an accomplished chemist but also the current minister for higher education in India. He proudly calls himself “a responsible man of science.”  Satyapal Singh is the latest of influential scientists to boldly speak out against the hoax that is called “evolution theory”. Not minding the many feathers that would be ruffled, Singh declared at a conference in Aurangabad, central India on Friday 19th January,  that Darwin’s theory of evolution is “scientifically wrong” and “needs to change” in school and university curricula. Poking fun at the evolution theory, he pointed out that “nobody, including our ancestors, in written or oral, have said they saw an ape turning into a man.” He further announced that the Ministry for higher education in India would soon arrange a conference in which evolutionary theory and creationism “could be debated openly.”
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A similar situation was reported in Turkey where the Education Ministry decided to remove evolution theory from the national school curriculum as from September 2017.  The head of the Turkish education board, Alparslan Durmus, said evolution would no longer be taught in biology lessons in high schools as it was “controversial.”  Earlier in January 2017, Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister, Numan Kurtulmus, had said the theory of evolution was “a scientifically obsolete and rotten theory.” “There is no rule saying that this theory must absolutely be studied,” he added.


Likewise in the United States, the movement for critical scientific evaluation of the claims of the evolution theory continues to make considerable progress.  In Florida, a new law recently passed now allows local community to challenge school science curriculum – unlike before when the evolution theory doctrinaires freely bamboozle their way through society with false high-sounding verbiage.  The development in Florida follows similar developments in South Dakota, Tennessee, and Lousiana, Idaho, Alabama, Indiana, Kentucky among others.

In the meantime, Jack Szostak, a Nobel Prize laureate and  Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School has published a paper (on 5th December 2017) retracting his 2016 paper which has been held up as one powerful proof for the evolutionary model of the beginning of life.  In retracting the paper published in Nature, Szostak admitted that his preconceived beliefs led him to faulty conclusions, leaving him with a gaping hole in his findings that current evolutionary theories simply cannot explain. He was quoted by Retraction Watch as saying:   “In retrospect, we were totally blinded by our belief [in our findings] … we were not as careful or rigorous as we should have been (and as Tivoli was) in interpreting these experiments”

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