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August 26 , 2007

Lamarck and the Sad Tale of the Blind Cave-Fish


This book assesses the unjust suppression & more recent scientific vindication of the 'Original Founder of Evolution' Jean Baptiste Lamarck.
Not many know that Darwin himself was a Lamarckian as he believed that blindness in cave-fish was due to the disuse of their eyes brought about by finding themselves in dark environments. It turns out that he may have been right. An overwhelming amount of scientific data is emerging that clearly brings into question the most fundamental tenets of the modern synthesis. At the same time, it is beginning to verify the main principles of evolution as proposed by Lamarck over 200 years ago. This is perhaps an historical and scientific account that you may not be fully aware of. I hope the deep research in this book will reveal to you something previously obscured by our current paradigm of biological evolutionary thought....

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