The blogger In Deep never gives credit to “Darwin’s evolutionary theory.” I share his opinion. According to the article, a new scientific paper has been published and the theory is likely to face “complete denial.”
I find the theory wrong in that evolution happens by chance based on the principle of the survival of the fittest.
Please give it a thought. Almost all vegetables we eat are artificially improved vegetables. These plants are apparently not result of accidental mutation. We humans intentionally produce breed for our convenience. Everybody knows it.
It is the same with goldfish. Goldfish have been improved just for us to enjoy seeing and it is never product of nature.
According to a new discovery, “almost all species emerged 100,000 to 200,000 years ago. It is in a similar situation to almost all vegetables, fruits and garden species we see every day which dominate the commercial market after being artificially improved.
The great discovery suggests that almost all species on this planet were artificially improved 100,000 to 200,000 years ago and such improvement has continued. It is highly likely that they were not cultivated but genetically manipulated.
From this point of view, existence of a high civilization or involvement of aliens is possible.
At any rate, current scientific community wants to ignore the fact.
June 8, 2018
Shanti-phula has indicated some parts of the following text in black boldface type or in red letters.
English translation of an excerpt of a Japanese article: In Deep – June 7, 2018 –
[Special News] Darwin’s evolutionary theory collapses: Sweeping gene survey concludes: “More than 90 percent of species on this planet today, including humans, came into being less than 200,000 years ago.” In a word, almost all species “have not evolved.”
This is a report saying that it is highly likely that at last, “Darwin’s evolutionary theory” will be “completely denied”.
The report is about thorough survey of five million of gene snapshots collected from 100,000 animal species and deposited in the US government-run GenBank database.
“History of earth until the birth of humanity according to current science” is as follows. History of earth started 4.6 billion years ago and first organism was born around 3.5 billion years ago and has “gradually” evolved.
Birth of Earth (4.6 billion years ago)
- 4 billion years ago -
Oldest life fossil, blue-green algae (3.5 billion years ago)
- 3 billion years ago -
Oldest Eukaryote Appearance of multicellular organism (2.1 billion years ago)
- 2 billion years ago -
Multicellular organism (1 billion years ago)
- 1 billion years ago -
Land plant (500 million years ago)
Extinction of the dinosaurs (65 million years ago)
Appearance of humans (4 million years ago)
Birth of life (4 billions years ago)
- Precambrian age -
Land-dwelling creature (500 million years ago)
Birth of photosynthetic organism (3,500 million years ago – )
Birth of oxygen breathing organism (600 million years ago – )
However, the results of this survey show:
It is highly likely that almost all species emerged 100,000 to 200,000 years ago.
Although I wondered how science community would respond to the results, news report in Japan has made me slightly understand that science community might ignore the finding as much as possible.
I think so because there is almost no coverage in Japanese in spite of such big news.
Sweeping gene survey reveals new facets of evolution
Who would have suspected that a handheld genetic test could deliver deep insights into evolution, including how new species emerge? <snip> And who would have thought to trawl through five million of these gene snapshots—called "DNA barcodes"—collected from 100,000 animal species by hundreds of researchers around the world and deposited in the US government-run GenBank database?
The study's most startling result, perhaps, is that nine out of 10 species on Earth today, including humans, came into being 100,000 to 200,000 years ago. <snip> How does one explain the fact that 90 percent of animal life, genetically speaking, is roughly the same age?
But the last true mass extinction event was 65.5 million years ago when a likely asteroid strike wiped out land-bound dinosaurs and half of all species on Earth.
"The simplest interpretation is that life is always evolving," said Stoeckle.
"It is more likely that—at all times in evolution—the animals alive at that point arose relatively recently."
And yet—another unexpected finding from the study—species have very clear genetic boundaries, and there's nothing much in between. The absence of "in-between" species is something that also perplexed Darwin, he said.
(The rest is omitted)
This is the first half. And there is also an interesting finding in the latter half as follows: “species have very clear genetic boundaries, and there's nothing much in between.”
<snip> To put it simply, it turns out that “living organisms suddenly emerged in genetically new form 100,000 to 200,000 years ago.”
Incidentally, I completely denied a “violent theory of ‘natural selection’ in biological evolution” not too long ago. It was the “moment” I read the following phrases of the book “Where did life come from?” by Sir Fred Hoyle.
“Where did life come from?” by Sir Fred Hoyle: Chapter 14
*Even short polypeptide chain becomes functional enzyme for the first time after trial is done 2030 times, that is, about 1039 times.
In the case of enzyme with 300 invariant portions and 1,000 binding portions, required trials are 20 3000 times and it is the number that is represented as a one followed by 390 zeros.
Furthermore, we do not handle with only one kind of enzyme. The simplest living organism is related to 2,000 kinds of enzymes and about 100,000 kinds of enzymes for complicated organism like us. It is ultra-astronomical number.
We don’t know the reason why animals on Earth suddenly emerged between 200,000 to 100,000 years ago. <snip> However, I really feel the joy of seeing that science is approaching to the truth little by little.