vineri, 23 ianuarie 2009

The Guardian: Charles Darwin was wrong about the tree of life

Evolutionary biologists say crossbreeding between species is far more common than previously thought, making a nonsense of the idea of discrete evolutionary branches:
* Fred Hoyle (1983), a world renowned astronomer said, that life appeared on our planet following an interplanetary travel.
* Francis Crick, Nobel prize laureate for discovering the DNA, in his book Life Itself, its Origin and Nature, wrote that "life on Earth was brought here by micro - organisms from another planet, these micro - organisms traveling inside a spaceship sent to Earth by a superior civilization, developed somewhere else, billions of years ago".
a) Enigmatic Fossils - Darwin on Trial:
b) The Genesis of the Monkey People and the Genesis of the Anunnaki People: