GEOLOGIC ANOMALIES AND THE MACROEVOLUTIONARY HYPOTHESIS

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    GEOLOGICAL ANOMALIES AND OTHER ANOMALIES AND THE EVOLUTIONARY HYPOTHESIS


    PREFACE

    Falsification is an important principle in science because it is very useful in eliminating pseudoscience from science and shifting paradigms in the scientific community.

    Here is a portion of a essay written on the topic that I recommend written by the philosopher of science Karl Popper:

    http://www.stephenjaygould.org/ctrl/popper_falsification.html


    Now when a number of anomalies or even a very series anomalies challenge some scientists views or the scientific consensus of course this can point to scientists believing something that is not at all valid.


    ANOMALIES AND THE MACROEVOLUTIONARY VIEW

    Here are some anomolies which challenge the views of some evolutionary scientists:


    ANTARCTICA

    New Scientist regarding Antarctica:
    http://www.geocities.com/aleph135/antarctic20.html


    EXCTINCTION OF THE MAMMOTHS

    http://www.geocities.com/aleph135/mammoths17.html


    CREATIONISTS ON THE MAMMOTHS

    Here is an creationist explanation for the ice age and mammoths:

    http://www.answersingenesis.org/creation/v22/i2/mammoth.asp

    http://www.answersingenesis.org/home/area/faq/mammoth.asp


    WILLIAM CORLISS AND GEOLOGICAL ANOMOLIES

    I have read that William R. Corliss is a non-creationist who has spent considerable time searching for scientific anomolies:

    Here is a brief biography of Mr. Corliss:




    Here is a purported quote from William Corliss:




    Here is what New Scientist said about Mr. Corliss:

    I am particularly interested in the following two books if anyone wishes to do any research:

    1. Anomalies in Geology: Physical, Chemical, Biological by William Corliss

    Here is an overview of this book:




    2. Neglected Geological Anomalies by William Corliss (1990), (Glen Arm, MD: The Sourcebook Project).


    Here is an overview:

     

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