Over the past two decades, certain scientific discoveries have been made which greatly undermine the Darwinist view that chance is the mechanism of The Earth's antiquity, the ability of species to change by selection, their inability to inherit acquired features, the existence of a "missing link" between man and ape - all these are essential tenets of the Darwinist canon and all have been thrown into grave doubt. No blame attaches to the man himself, but how can Darwinists continue to get it so wrong? Methods of lava-dating are hopelessly inaccurate (sometimes by as much as 2.9 billion years), the earth's radioactive dating "clocks" have been reset, and the rocks of its crust are merely thousands of years old, not millions. This book contains hundreds more pieces of evidence against Darwinism.
Richard Milton is a writer, journalist and broadcaster on a wide range of subjects. He currently freelances for The Daily Telegraph and other papers. He is the author of six books including "Bad Company", which The Sunday Times made its Business Book of the Week, and which sets out to explain why large corporations sometimes behave in self-defeating and even insane ways. His controversial "Alternative Science" examines how and why good science is sometimes thrown out with the bad.
His novel "Dead Secret" is a mind-blowing paranormal thriller that has just been published on Kindle. His latest non-fiction title "Best of Enemies" looks at Anglo-German relations through two world wars and charts the origins of modern propaganda.
His controversial "Shattering the myths of Darwinism" has caused some members of the scientific establishment to start chewing the carpet and foaming at the mouth, by daring to demand real empirical evidence in support of their Darwinian beliefs, in place of conjecture and pseudoscience