From Monkeys to Men and Back: A Preposterously Essential Science Lesson According to a Darn Good Ex Chicken Farmer

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AuthorHouse, Apr 8, 2008 - Humor - 188 pages
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If a giraffe can evolve a longer neck by stretching, what might yawning do to us humans? Disgruntled at the teaching of evolution? Then stop awhile and laugh at it. Consider evolution's supposed magical wand, natural selection. According to theory, natural selection can take a fish fin and turn it into a frog leg. It can take a lizard and suit it up with a pair of wings. It can take a monkey and make a man out of it. The question is though, since natural selection can supposedly move a monkey into a cave by destroying its incredible climbing abilities, what might natural selection end up doing to some of us humans? No doubt, scientists have made many startling discoveries concerning the human anatomy in recent years, discoveries scientists themselves don't understand. Could these mysterious discoveries hold the answers to what the future holds for the human race? Find out what these discoveries are, and draw your own conclusions. This book offers a humorous and yes, sometimes downright silly, yet informative view of the evolution theory, a theory that can't explain even the most basic questions, such as how lifeless matter came to life. As you ponder through its pages, be enlightened by scientific facts, scientific evidence, quotes from some of the world's leading scientists as well as many thought-provoking points provided by an ex chicken farmer who never paid a minutes attention in science class, yet has surely found the very reason evolution could never have happened.
 

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Contents

Section 1
2
Section 2
9
Section 3
15
Section 4
22
Section 5
27
Section 6
31
Section 7
36
Section 8
41
Section 11
66
Section 12
77
Section 13
94
Section 14
100
Section 15
108
Section 16
116
Section 17
122
Section 18
136

Section 9
52
Section 10
57

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