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November 2015

NOV 30
Journal of Plant Science & Molecular Breeding is an Open Access (Gold OA), peer reviewed, international online publishin...


January 2016

JAN 12
Dear Friends and Colleagues, It is our great pleasure to invite you on behalf of the The International Institute of K...

Sri Lanka

February 2016

FEB 29
Journal of Regenerative Medicine is supporting 6th World Congress on Cell & Stem Cell Research to be held on February 29...

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
United States

February 2017

FEB 23
Plants are of crucial importance for the sustainable production of food, feed, raw materials and bio-fuels. The global c...


April 2017

APR 24
Oxford Global is proud to present our 10th Annual Proteins and Antibodies Congress. In keeping with Oxford Global’s hi...

United Kingdom

May 2017

Oxford Global are proud to present our 2017 3rd Annual Formulation & Drug Delivery Congress, taking place on 8 – 9 May...

United Kingdom

October 2017

OCT 28
IWBG-2017, International Workshop on Biology, Molecular Biology, Genetics and Bioinformatics Website: http://conf-sc...


October 2018

OCT 25
Oxford Global is proud to present the 4th Annual Cell & Gene Therapy Congress to be held on the 25-26 of October 2018 in...

United Kingdom

September 2020

SEP 21
We would like to welcome all the Directors, Heads, Deans, Professors, Scientists, Researchers, Doctors and students of C...


October 2020

OCT 19
Coalesce Research Group is much esteemed to invite you to our “European Congress on Stem Cell, Tissue Science & Regene...


May 2021

MAY 20
ME Conferences is pleased to announce the upcoming “6th International Conference on Molecular Medicine and Diagnostics...

United Kingdom


The Evolution Delusion

How to Recognize the Unsupported Claims of Darwin's Theory

by Bart Rask, MD


Does the field of evolution differ from other sciences? The author, a reviewer for a major medical journal, scrutinized hundreds of scientific references in evolutionary literature, adopting the same standards used for studies submitted for medical publication. The data show that there are two types of evolution, microevolution and macroevolution, with a clear boundary between them based upon the presence and absence of empirical evidence, respectively. The surprising results show that there is a universal disconnect between the data and the conclusions that claim to show the larger changes of macroevolution. The author reveals patterns of deviations from standard scientific methods in these studies. For the first time, evolutionary data have been summarized to describe both what evolution...