The Theory of Evolution

The example "Evolution"

It was not planned to use this book to attack the theory of evolution. However, after intensive consideration of existing geological data and facts, the logical conclusion is that the 'geologic periods' postulated by the geosciences are fictive. There have never been geological ages named by geosciences such as Cambrian, Carboniferous, Jurassic, Cretaceous, Tertiary and others.

Reasons to why this conclusion can be drawn from the available data and how the deposits were formed which are supposed to represent these time periods are being described in detail in the book.
With the abolition of the geologic periods, the rug is pulled out from underneath the theory of evolution as it is taught today.

How could Charles Darwin have explained the accumulation of fossils any differently since he brought the basic work of his friend, Charles Lyell, the most famous dogmatic geologist of the nineteenth century, along on his journeys? Allegedly, he was "deeply impressed" by this work. In it, Ch. Lyell wrote that geological layering corresponds to millions and millions of years, supposedly representing a time scale. Through the application of the geological time scale to the deposited fossils a symbiosis of geology and biology had been carried out.
Geologists measure time in meters, biologists measure time through the number of gene mutations, using the so-called molecular clock. The geological time scale serves as the "standard measure". For all their publications that incorporate any measure of time both disciplines rely upon an fallacy - geologic time periods.

The task now falls upon evolutionary biologists to look for alternative explanations for the development of life.

As Charles Darwin wrote in his founding work in 1859 in a "concise prophetic sentence":

"Light may be shed on man and his origins."

This prophetic statement by Charles Darwin can be fully endorsed. It's still dark.