Wouldn’t you know, there is no evidence of an ancestor for Pterosaurs? Chapter 11 is only three pages long. There are probably 300 words total on all three pages. Get your crayons® out. There’s a lot of room to color in the margins. There’s vast variation among the over 100 different species of flying dinosaurs. … Continue reading “Evolution, the Grand Experiment” Chapter 11, The Fossil Record of Flying Reptiles
I’m reviewing the whole of Dr. Carl Werner’s “Evolution, the Grand Experiment” vol 1 on this blog. See this link for past chapter reviews. This review is for chapter 10: The fossil record of Pinnipeds: Seals and Sea Lions. Sea lions are up first. Dr. Werner gives some information about them. First line, first paragraph. … Continue reading “Evolution, the Grand Experiment” Chapter 10: The fossil record of Pinnipeds: Seals and Sea Lions
As I review Dr. Carl Werner’s book, “Evolution, the Grand Experiment,” you’ve all been anxiously awaiting the next installment. Chapter 9 is really no big deal. In fact, I find Dr. Werner just a little bit fairer in this chapter. He says that the fossil record does not support bat ancestors, but this is the … Continue reading “Evolution, the Grand Experiment” Chapter 9, The fossil record of bats
This is my review of chapter eight of Dr. Carl Warner’s book, “Evolution, the Grand Experiment.” The chapter is three pages long. My review is longer than his chapter. For this, I apologize This is part of my book duel with a Christian named Mark Tetzlaff who claimed to have read and reviewed Richard Dawkins’ … Continue reading “Evolution, the Grand Experiment” Chapter 8: The Fossil Record record of fish
I’m reviewing Dr. Carl Werner’s book “Evolution, the Grand Experiment” chapter by chapter. My reviews are all searchable using the search field to the right. I must say, thank goodness for chapter 7. Finally, it seems that Dr. Werner has come to his senses in support of evolution. Finally he wrote a chapter that just … Continue reading “Evolution, the Grand Experiment” Chapter 7, The Fossil Record of Invertebrates
Chapter five is a “basic proof of evolution . On the cover of the chapter, there are two photos. One is a shark, the other a dolphin. The captions read, “A fish with fins,” the other “a mammal with fins.” Dr. Carl Werner writes a header for the top of the next page that says … Continue reading Evolution, the Grand Experiment Chapter 5: Similarities: A Basic Proof of Evolution?
So far my exploration of this book “Evolution, The Grand Experiment” by Dr. Carl Werner has revealed no science. It offers a very childish version of evolution, and it says that there are scientists who view evolution as false. It purports to be an honest representation of the facts, but there are no “anti-creationism” sentiments … Continue reading Evolution, The Grand Experiment Chapter 4: Natural Selection and Chance Mutations
Introduction Chapter 1 Review Chapter 2 Review Chapter three’s first header says, “Darwin Never Succeeded in Understanding Inheritance of Traits During his Lifetime.” No disagreement here. This is the first time Werner goes into some detail about Darwin’s theory. He gives this an entire page full of text. Only two small pictures on this page. … Continue reading “Evolution, the Grand Experiment” Chapter Three: Darwin’s False Mechanism for Evolution: Acquired Characteristics; Antiquity–1889 A.D.
Introduction Chapter 1 Review Dr. Carl Werner opens chapter two of “Evolution, The Grand Experiment” with the words, “Even Scientists Can Be Wrong!” In sum, the chapter discusses and old disproven theory called: “Spontaneous Generation (SG).” SG was a theory life came from non-life or non-parentage. For instance, that maggots come from rotten meat idea. … Continue reading “Evolution, the Grand Experiment” Chapter 2, Evolution’s False Start: Spontaneous Generation 322 B.C.-1859 A.D.
Ah, chapter 6 in my humorously numerous review of the good Dr. Carl “Master of Evolution” Werner. For previous reviews, drop me an email. I’ll send you a link with all the reviews.