Amazon review: Evolution is flawed because it can't explain: Why heavy fish, like whales, don't just sink to the bottom of the ocean

Amazon review: Evolution is flawed because it can't explain: Why heavy fish, like whales, don't just sink to the bottom of the ocean

This is a detailed and meticulous description of evolution and the history of biological life. Of its type, this is one of the most comprehensive and readable accounts available. Unfortunately Dawkins is operating entirely within the wrong paradigm!

Creation may be contradicted by facts, but facts don't necessarily add up to truth. Evolution itself is flawed on several counts, for example it cannot explain:

1) Why heavy fish, like whales, don't just sink to the bottom of the ocean
2) Why most trees are so much taller than necessary
3) How non-biological animals, like crocodiles and ostriches, came into existence
4) Why sharks haven't grown legs, moved onto land and taken over the world
5) The existence of invisible species that remain undiscovered

So go ahead and read Dawkins' lucid prose in 'The Ancestor's Tale' - but remember there are some occasions when facts are wrong.


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Fact Check: Whales are mammals......
this is horrible, check please! jesus holds up the whales.
I agree. This has to be parody.
yeah the dude gave it 5 stars :P

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