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What are the implications of the book Science & Human Origins for the Darwinian paradigm

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Published on Nov 20, 2012

What are the implications of the book Science & Human Origins for the Darwinian paradigm? Co-author Dr. Douglas Axe answers.

Douglas Axe is Director of Biologic Institute and received his Ph.D. from Caltech. He previously held postdoctoral and research scientist positions at Cambridge University and the Barbraham Institute in Cambridge. He is a co-author of Science & Human Origins.

Science & Human Origins (http://www.discoveryinstitutepress.co...), the provocative new book from Discovery Institute Press, boldly addresses some of the most popular evolutionary arguments pertaining to controversial claims that humans and apes are related through common ancestry.

In Science & Human Origins three scientists challenge the claim that undirected natural selection is capable of building a human being. The authors critically assess fossil and genetic evidence that human beings share a common ancestor with apes, and debunk recent claims that the human race could not have started from an original couple.

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