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Luther D Sunderland
|Description:||180 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm|
|Contents:||1. The problem won't go away 100 years after Darwin --
2. Darwinism and science : Only two theories on origins ; What is science? ; Is Darwinism testable science? --
3. The fossil record: nonlife to reptiles : Historical geology ; Cambrian explosion ; Origin of first living cell ; Invertebrate to vertebrate ; Fish to amphibian ; Amphibian to reptile 4. The fossil record: reptile to man : Reptile to bird ; Reptile to mammal ; Origin of horses ; Neck of the giraffe ; Origin of elephants ; Origin of primates ; Origin of insects ; Are there any documented transitional fossils? ; Origins of plants? ; The end of gradualism --
5. More problems than solutions : What is punctuated equilibria? ; Stephen Jay Gould on problems with gradualism ; Social implications of punctional theories ; Are fossils forming today? ; Hardy-Weinberg principle ; Population genetics ; Embryology ; Homology ; Different names for same species --
6. Darwinism's lack of scientific foundation : Can randomness produce ordered systems? ; Methodology in science instruction ; Norman Macbeth's Harvard debate ; Darwin's enigma becomes a light at the end of the tunnel.
|Responsibility:||by Luther D. Sunderland.|