Why Is a Fly Not a Horse?

Why Is a Fly Not a Horse This book s Italian title Dimenticare Darwin means Forget Darwin and its prologue bears the title Evolution is dead The author Dr Giuseppe Sermonti is a respected Italian biologist who boldly sha

  • Title: Why Is a Fly Not a Horse?
  • Author: Giuseppe Sermonti Brendan White Jonathan Wells
  • ISBN: 9780963865472
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book s Italian title, Dimenticare Darwin, means Forget Darwin, and its prologue bears the title Evolution is dead The author, Dr Giuseppe Sermonti, is a respected Italian biologist who boldly shatters the myth that all critics of Darwinian evolution are American religious fundamentalists This delightful little book is loaded with scientific facts that aren t taThis book s Italian title, Dimenticare Darwin, means Forget Darwin, and its prologue bears the title Evolution is dead The author, Dr Giuseppe Sermonti, is a respected Italian biologist who boldly shatters the myth that all critics of Darwinian evolution are American religious fundamentalists This delightful little book is loaded with scientific facts that aren t taught in standard biology classes, but it is also full of history and poetry Why is a Fly Not a Horse does not have all the answers, but it asks many of the right questions in a style that is both entertaining and inspiring Giuseppe Sermonti is retired Professor of Genetics at the University of Perugia He discovered genetic recombination in antibiotic producing Penicillium and Streptomyces and was Vice President at the XIV International Congress of Genetics Moscow, 1980 Sermonti is Chief Editor of Rivista di Biologia Biology Forum, one of the oldest still published biology journals in the world, and he has published seven other books, including Dopo Darwin After Darwin , with R Fondi 1980 1984.

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    1. Why is a Fly not a Horse?, by Giuseppe SermontiThis book book made me laugh and shake my head in awe. It's a delightfully mind-blowing critique of Darwinism, all the more so since it is not coming from a "Christian" angle. The text sometimes suffers from translation awkwardness out of the Italian, but most of the time it is highly readable and even poetic. The book does not promote creation; it merely points out that Neo-darwinism is more of a paradigm than an explanation, a paradigm that breaks [...]

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