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Evolution 2.0: Breaking the Deadlock Between Darwin and Design Audiobook

Evolution 2.0: Breaking the Deadlock Between Darwin and Design

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Publisher's Summary

One-Hundred-Fifty Years Later, the Creation-Evolution Debate Still Rages. Both Sides Are Half-Right. And Both Are Wrong.

Meet the opponents:

In one corner - Proponents of Intelligent Design like William Dembski, Stephen Meyer, and Michael Behe. Many defy scientific consensus, maintaining evolution is a fraud. They challenge decades of data in biology, chemistry, genetics, and paleontology.

In the other corner - Devout Neo-Darwinists like Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, and Jerry Coyne, who insist evolution happens "willy nilly". Strangely, they sidestep the latest science, glossing over crucial questions and fascinating details. But what if both sides are half-right?

What if both sides are missing something important, clinging on to outdated views, theories, and interpretations?

There is a third way. Evolution 2.0 reveals experiments which prove that, while evolution is not a hoax, neither are changes random nor accidental. They are targeted, adaptive, and aware.

The book features a Technology Prize for Origin of Information: $3 million USD as of Spring 2016. Details in Chapter 23 and Appendix 4.

©2015 Perry Marshall (P)2016 Perry Marshall

What the Critics Say

Evolution 2.0 is a remarkably meticulous dissection of the experimental evidence on evolution. Perry starts from information theory and practice; I started from research on the heart’s pacemaker, but we have come to almost identical conclusions.” (Denis Noble, fellow of the Royal Society, University of Oxford)  

Evolution 2.0 is engaging, thought provoking, and challenges us to ‘reboot’ the riddle of evolutionary biology. By re-examining Darwin, Marshall asks us to reconsider the most important question we face - what is life?” (Dr. John S. Torday, professor, Evolutionary Medicine Program, UCLA)  

“It is amazing that this ‘non-biologist’ has analyzed life phenomena at the cellular and molecular levels to such depth and width by applying a wide range of available information gained by cutting-edge methodologies in life sciences.” (Dr. Kwang Jeon, editor, International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology)  

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  • Galen
    Oklahoma City, OK, United States
    08/11/17
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    "Excellent content!"

    The content discussed in this book is excellent. Perry provides some interesting answers to questions I wondered about for years but never attempted to quantify.
    The presentation is a bit repetitive and the audio production is not as good as professionally produced and resulted in a lower rating, but I highly recommend this book.

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  • CRAIG
    23/04/16
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    "Best book on evolution I have ever read!"

    It is time to move beyond the dogma of Darwin ism and creationism and see what science actually says about evolution. This book does it all. Great!

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Michael MacKinney
    17/05/17
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    "Great Idea! Code Does Not Write Itself."
    What would have made Evolution 2.0: Breaking the Deadlock Between Darwin and Design better?

    Stating other ideas than just one.


    What was most disappointing about Perry Marshall’s story?

    One idea, one track of thought.


    How did the narrator detract from the book?

    He could not help the book.


    What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

    Disappointment,


    Any additional comments?

    Sorry I wasted my time.

    0 of 2 people found this review helpful

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