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Fossils Make a Monkey Out of Evolution MR Josh Greenberger

Fossils Make a Monkey Out of Evolution

MR Josh Greenberger

Published July 22nd 2014
ISBN : 9781500618148
Paperback
76 pages
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 About the Book 

Youre probably thinking, Here goes another book against the theory of evolution. Not quite. The arguments presented in this book against evolution are, at this writing, unique. This book does not discuss how the complexity of life required anMoreYoure probably thinking, Here goes another book against the theory of evolution. Not quite. The arguments presented in this book against evolution are, at this writing, unique. This book does not discuss how the complexity of life required an intelligent creator. It does not discuss how we havent yet found the missing links between species. It does not give the old analogy that monkeys on a typewriter could never accidentally type out the works of Shakespeare. Although these are all valid arguments, the responses they elicit often make them look like merely subjective observations. This is where this book is stands out. The arguments presented in this book against the theory of evolution are, based on feedback, unshakable. The validity of evolution rests on two questions. One, is it possible? Two, did it happen? While you can argue the first issue till youre blue in the face, if you prove evolution never happened, the first issue becomes moot. This book proves beyond any shadow of a doubt that evolution never happened. The following comment left on Amazon pretty much sums up this book: This book presented a very compelling case against evolution based on the evidence of so many missing fossils in the fossil record. It has been noted many times about the missing link fossils that are universally missing between all animal kinds and plant kinds. The difference here is this author points out the fact that because of the random chance of evolutionary theory, there should be more misfits and evolutionary dead ends recorded in the fossil records than successful mutations. Definitely something to ponder. It was well written and easy to understand, not strained by scientific jargon that makes so many of these books difficult to read. While I am sure that many hard core evolutionists will poo-poo this argument, I for one havent seen any plausible explanation for these missing fossils. At this writing, the arguments presented in this book against the theory of evolution go unchallenged.