In this newly-revised edition, Dr. John Sanford, a geneticist and a professor at Cornell University for more than 30 years, examines the validity of evolution's Primary Axiom - that man is merely the result of random mutations plus natural selection.
This revolutionary book details compelling new genetic evidence that the human genome is deteriorating, and has always been deteriorating due to the accumulations of mutations. The more that scientists discover about the human genome, the less plausible Darwinism is. Dr. Sanford systematically lays out the scientific case against mutations resulting in the origin of species. This is a must-read for every biologist or person interested in biology.
"In Genetic Entropy, Cornell University researcher John Sanford lifts the rug to see what evolutionary theory has swept under it. He shows that, not only does Darwinism not have answers for how information got into the genome, it doesn't even have answers for how it could remain there." -Dr. Michael Behe, Biochemist; Professor of Biological Sciences, Lehigh University; author of Darwin's Black Box and The Edge of Evolution
"I strongly recommend John Sanford's Genetic Entropy, which provides a lucid and bold account of how the human genome is deteriorating due to the accumulation of mutations. This situation has disturbing implications for mankind's future, as well as surprising implications concerning mankind's past." -Professor Phillip Johnson, Emeritus Law Professor, UC-Berkeley; Law Clerk of Chief Justice Earl Warren of the US Supreme Court; author of Darwin on Trial and Reason in the Balance
|Title:||Genetic Entropy & the Mystery of the Genome|
|Author:||Dr. John C. Sanford|
|Dimensions (inches):||9 1/4 x 6 1/4 x 1/2|
|Shipping Weight:||11 oz.|