The most common questions about evolution that are answered in the book.
There are three basic cell types and other intermediary types of microbes.
Chapters 8 to 12 reveal which life forms have which cells and why.
If evolutionary theory is correct, all of the planets and moons in our solar system will be about the same age, having been made about the same time. Science knows a lot about their ages and they vary a lot.
Chapter 3 exposes some of the most interesting data to reveal a very surprising conclusion that evolution can’t explain.
There are so many things we are told that don’t make sense, such as life inventing itself when everything that science knows says it can’t happen. Evolution Unraveled covers all of the major evolutionary events that we have been told about. You will be able to examine everything in detail with charts, diagrams and logical presentations of the facts that science has determined.
You will find out that science knows evolutionary theories don’t line up with the facts they have and their reasons for not telling us the real conclusions about what they know.
Were we once bacteria? Evolution says yes. What does biology say? The answer is clear and simple but is it something we know about?
Part Three of Evolution Unraveled tracks the appearance of different life forms on Earth and the facts that biology knows. The conclusion is both disturbing and comforting as it is not what we have been told about our origins by evolution.
We compare a brain’s programming with a computer for the answer. Then we look at a daily activity to prove it.
Chapter 25 includes many fascinating aspects about our brains.
We look at the biology, DNA, cell properties, protoplasm, the fossil record and other facts. Is there actually any evidence at all that life can change forms?
In Chapter 24, evolution meets a major challenge in THE KEYSTONE FOR BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION; an in-depth study of what a mutation really is and whether it can change the unique cell development programs buried in DNA. The science is clear and unambiguous on this topic.
Science has a Law that states everything is structured to break down over time. If everything was infinitely old, having always existed, it all would have broken down long ago and nothing would be able to exist in the form it does now. The universe would be a wasteland of evenly spread particles. Nothing would be able to form itself.
In Chapter 4, find out what stars are made from, where these components came from and if they could really get together by themselves and create, and then control, massive, powerful and wild nuclear explosions.
The physics of star formation indicates that there would be a constant point where a star’s initial explosions would start and then blow away all other loosely attracted material. The result is that all stars should start out about the same size. Is this so? Does this theory match reality?
Is this even possible? Can a fish invent legs suitable for land with multiple joints and muscles, porous skin, different eyes, lungs that breathe air, new hearing components, new digestive systems and new reproductive methods? Biology doesn’t appear to allow such changes.
Follow the step-by-step process of the theorized first fish on land in Chapter 16.
The issue of invertebrates is fascinating as they have no links to other creatures yet have all the same body functions.
Chapter 17 covers this topic.
There is no evidence to confirm Man’s origin as the apes. A comprehensive look at what would have happened if this were true is covered in Chapter 23. It’s a great study of the individual steps required and what the world would look like now – but doesn’t.
There are over one million different species of creatures known to have lived on Earth. How many fossils do Palaeontologists say are in the fossil record that show the transition from one type of creature to another?
You won’t believe the admissions from scientists found in Chapter 8, yet it’s fact.
What caused the Sun to start rotating, and what influence does it have today? Is this great mystery able to be answered by science or evolution?
Find out if there is an answer in Chapter 5.
Chemistry has some proposals about how the process would have to happen but with all our knowledge and equipment, we haven’t been able to replicate life self-creating. Were all the components to make life on Earth here at the time that it first appeared here? What does science say? How does evolution respond?
Chapter 8 holds the answers.
Here is a major conundrum for evolution: how could matching male and female genders invent themselves from a non-sexual creature and, by chance, perfectly split up reproduction, then invent a sexual process that required re-combining the two halves when there was no plan? This theoretical, self-made process flies in the face of evolution’s basic principles and fails to be supported by biology.
Check out Chapter 13.
Evolutionary theories about this topic are full of obvious holes and science knows what they are. Every idea has a major flaw. Chapters 5 and 6 are a great challenge for evolution about how our solar system formed as they show how none of the theories match how the solar system is laid out or operates. But what does science officially say?
How did each body component make itself when they all rely on each other to exist? How did they know their functions, layouts, sizes or cell structures and how did they know how to cooperate with all other body components, especially those that hadn’t appeared yet? Biology has the answer whether any of this is possible by itself.
Chapters 11 and 12 track the evolutionary methods required for a body to invent itself and then reproduce.
There is no evidence of anything substantial colliding with Earth to cause it to tilt, as evolution claims. Even so, if this occurred, Earth would be displaced from its orbit by the impact as there’s nothing to hold it in place and it should probably still be rolling from the hit.
Chapter 7 highlights some important and compelling evidence about what may have happened to Earth but is this officially recognised?
This is a truly fascinating process that evolution avoids explaining. Where did the program to make a miniature living creature come from and how did it program itself to grow in proportion over its lifetime when this was the first ever of its kind?
Find out the details in Chapter 13.
Chapter 13 follows the potential path of the first full body reproduction and runs into many new reproductive events that needed to invent themselves instantaneously and perfectly by accident. We also encounter several biological barriers to self-invented reproduction that cannot be overcome.
Evolution claims that a creature made itself from billions of individual cells, even though there was no plan nor are there any known biological processes that allow such a development nor is there an explanation about what happened.
Now, in Evolution Unraveled, a proposal has been put together about how it would have to happen, and the reason for the lack of any explanation from evolution becomes clear.
Follow the steps required in detail in Chapter 12 and see for yourself if it was possible.
Science has a lot of information that shows the planets cannot have made themselves – if the Sun made itself as evolution claims. We walk you through what science already knows and the assumed processes, step-by-step, so it’s easily understood.
Chapter 5 has all the answers. There is only one possibility and it’s very obvious.
Moons are meant to be controlled by their speed and the gravity of their planets. We examine many anomalies that contradict this part of evolutionary theory. Indeed, how most moons can exist in orbits around their planets without colliding with them or flying off into space defies known physics. Some moons revolve in the opposite direction to their planets. Is this even possible under evolutionary theory or physics? Find out the truth about these scientific hurdles in Chapter 6.
Can we be certain that the methods for determining the ages of fossils and rocks are realistic and accurate? There’s a special section in Evolution Unraveled called Other Things You Should Know that deals with this topic because we need to understand what science is really saying. There is a lot of evidence presented that is challenging and surprising.
Most planets should either crash into the Sun or drift off into space because their speeds don’t match their combined gravitational pull with other bodies in our solar system. In Chapters 4 and 5, find out the mysterious force identified by Einstein that holds the planets and the moons in place. Does this same force hold the entire universe together? Where did it come from, how does it work, how did it know what to do and why can’t we see it or measure it?
The universe has a most unusual and intriguing, but clearly deliberate, layout which can’t be explained by a big bang, gravity or any other natural phenomenon. The effect on the galaxies is called the Cosmic Web and its pattern helps us to understand why everything is moving away from everything else at an accelerating pace.
This shape, visually displayed in Chapter 4, is completely unexpected. It also raises the question of where such a unique design came from.
In 2003, a planet, now named Eris, was discovered orbiting the Sun, bringing the number of planets in our solar system to ten. However in 2006, the number of planets officially recognised by the International Astronomical Union was amended to eight and required a change to the definition of what comprises a planet. Pluto and Eris are officially no longer planets.
In Chapter 6 find out why the discovery of Eris has created a seemingly impossible barrier for evolutionary theory about how the solar system formed.
When we learn exactly what science is telling us and how much is really fact, we find our previous beliefs are significantly challenged. Learn whether science applies their own rules to evolutionary theories and exactly how many of the processes of evolution are facts. Be prepared to be shocked by the answer.
A summary of the revelations about what science knows is in Chapter 27.
The measured age of the universe increases as our equipment to measure light improves, so the age regularly changes. Current estimates vary from 15-20 billion years. Effectively, this is the time it takes light to reach Earth from distant stars. However, there is a great puzzle about how this light still gets to us looking like a star as it is made up of individual photon energy particles that should be scattered and almost undetectable from such enormous distances as they should spread out across the universe.
Check out Stella Spectra in Chapter 4 to find out how this can happen.
Evolution has a theory that all elements came from hydrogen. But there are natural, impenetrable barriers that don’t allow anything other than helium to be made from hydrogen in a process of one forming from the other. With the exception of carbon, there can only be one explanation for the existence of the 90 other natural elements. Find out what it is in Chapter 4 under Elemental Evolution.
The universe is expanding every moment at an accelerated rate. Find out how this can happen and what keeps filling it up. Science is quite straightforward about the reason but there is no scientific explanation that allows us to know the cause.
The analysis in Chapter 3 is a major challenge to evolutionary theory.
The truth about this original image of 15 claimed steps from ape to man is the complete opposite to what we have come to believe. The details are in Section F at the rear of Evolution Unraveled. You won’t be expecting the truth that is exposed about the false claims and dishonest actions by some renowned scientists.
There are thousands, if not millions, of different events, measurements, densities, sizes, interactions and locations that had to happen in sequence and by chance for Earth to be so fortunate – if it formed itself by accident under evolution. We examine many of the elements that are required for the Earth to be a perfect environment for life. We learn how and why evolution ignores the facts of science and chooses to make up theories about self-creation. When we remove the veil of assumed self-invention and simply look at the realities known by science, a very different conclusion appears.
Chapter 27 summarises what we have learned from Evolution Unraveled.
This gas dominates our atmosphere. Why is it so important and how, when and why did it come here? Nitrogen’s first appearance on Earth is not officially dated. Many ideas include it as part of the formation of Earth but Earth’s nitrogen differs slightly from most other identified sources making its origins subject to speculation.
Find out a lot more than you expected about this miracle gas.
The nitrogen cycle is covered in Chapter 10.
What are these? How do they work? How did they come about? Why are they so important?
The pyramid of life plus the oxygen, nitrogen, hydrologic, carbon dioxide and sulfur cycles are all explained.
Chapter 10 will fill you in.
Mutations are meant to be the processes that generate change from one living entity to another. Can a mutation make an improvement? What evidence is there? Find out what is really happening at the ground roots level of mutations.
This is THE KEYSTONE FOR BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION on which all changes to living forms are based.
In Chapter 24, you will discover that the concept is far more complex and highly intricate and at a different level than we have been led to believe. It requires high levels of intelligence combined with knowledge and abilities that mankind does not possess, even today, yet it is meant to be accidental and self-invented. This is compelling reading as the fundamental processes of biological evolution are hinged on this one moment. Can evolution respond to this reality?
Life is far more complex than we realise. It operates with a vast array of complicated components and processes with specifically aligned chemical, physical and electrical interactions. All life is comprised of minute cells that somehow make everything work together.
Humans are made from around 50 trillion individual cells with complex components like DNA, RNA, nucleotides, proteins and ATP. What are all of these things? Explore how they work together and find out if it is biologically possible for any living thing to make itself.
Chapters 8 and 12 are compelling reading.
Pain requires each and every cell in each individual body to have a predetermined layout, position and interaction and for these to be known and monitored every moment by the brain. If a certain number of specific cells are destroyed or moved, different programs assess the response and some of these create pain alarms in the brain that are designed to be a warning to the owner of that body regarding the intensity and location of the disturbance. Other programs can attempt to fix the problems themselves without consciously alerting that creature.
How did all of these separate programs invent themselves with such detail and control? How can these programs possibly change when a new creature mutates from a previous one?
Chapter 25 raises the challenge to evolution.
The Big Bang is an idea, not a fact, that all matter and energy compacted themselves into a tiny mass and exploded into the universe we see today. Science knows that all of the events predicted in the Big Bang contradict the way the universe operates and that the matter that exists today could not have survived the heat of a big bang. So what really happened?
In Chapter 3, find out what science’s real position is regarding the Big Bang; it’s not what we expect – at all. Find out where the term came from. It’s surprising to learn that it was actually intended to mean something completely different.
Evolution is a concept that everything that exists invented itself from nothing and formed the entire universe and life without any plan or purpose. Essentially, under evolution, everything is the result of accidental or chance happenings.
Creation is the belief that there is a supreme being called God who possesses both the knowledge and power to design and create the universe and life.
There are no other alternatives to explain the existence of the universe and its contents; it either happened by itself or God did it.
In Chapter 1, find out more about what evolutionary theory really is and why science is so quiet on many issues.
Each creature has a truly ingenious series of highly complex processes that allows it to have an automatic and instantaneous defense process, specifically for its own body shape, functionality and circumstances. Then it has a different reversing process when the threat is over to bring it back to normal operating levels.
What are these processes, how do they work, how could they self-create and can they change from one creature to another in an evolutionary world?
Chapter 22 reveals all.
The Large Hadron Collider is the world’s most expensive and fascinating scientific research machine. Find out where it is and how it works. This machine has identified a nanoparticle that holds the universe together. What’s more fascinating is that it needs a matching field that has to be everywhere.
Where did these quantum particles and fields come from and why? How did they know how to make themselves so the universe could form?
See what science has discovered in Chapter 3.
This is a diagram of the path of evolutionary progress where one type of creature is linked to the next that appears at a later time in the fossil record. The assumption by evolution is that each creature changed into the next. Is there an official diagram from science? Does it represent the facts? Does the evolutionary tree of life concept actually represent what’s in the fossil record?
Surprisingly the diagram doesn’t represent what we think or what we know. It also doesn’t represent evolutionary theory. So what’s it all about? There are three versions of this diagram with explanations in the Summary pages of Evolution Unraveled showing us how we have been misled.
All matter is made from atoms which in turn are made from smaller components. What are these, where did they come from and how do they stick together? Chapters 3 and 4 reveal the secrets behind the substances that make up everything and how they allow life to exist.
The evolutionary theory about oxygen appearing on Earth and then settling at the level of 21% so that life can exist millions of years later, doesn’t hold up to scrutiny. The miracle of oxygen needs more than theory to be explained. Evolution has an idea but science has evidence that points elsewhere.
Find out all about where oxygen originated in Chapter 10.
How was water made in the first place?
Water doesn’t just make itself, it needs pressure and high levels of heat to combine hydrogen and oxygen atoms together. There are clear and unambiguous reasons why Earth’s water did not come from comets or asteroids. Assuming that Earth formed itself, we discover that even if water was here in the beginning, it would have evaporated into space because there was no atmosphere. But the water has always been here according to geological records. How was this possible without an atmosphere and where did it come from?
Chapter 10 covers the dilemmas for evolution.
Science knows that things can’t make themselves from nothing. There’s no debate or alternatives, it’s a scientific Law. What is this Law? What does it say and what does it mean for evolution?
The details are in Chapter 2.
Pleasure comes in many forms, all of which have to be part of processes in the brain. Can evolution explain pleasure, particularly in humans who gain pleasure from multiple activities?
Find out in Chapter 25.
Is this the biggest surprise of all?
There is only one place on Earth where the mainstream theory of evolution is laid out from beginning to end with a step-by-step review of the theorized events compared with what science actually knows.
Find out where this is in the beginning section of the book, Evolution Unraveled. It’s titled “The Prologue, A New Perspective” and it tells you what science is prepared to officially say about evolution – and why.
The answer has recently been found by science. It’s in the chemistry and it’s backed by the biology.
This question is much bigger than we realise as it encompasses all creatures and plants born from an egg or seed. The answer for one is the same for all.
Find out for once and for all what science knows about chickens in Section A.
Did the effects of the Sun’s rotation force the planets to start revolving around it in orbit? The theories from evolution don’t come anywhere near the mathematics from science. Now what are we meant to think? What other reason can there be?
See Chapter 5.
Science claims that the planets’ rotations are caused by the Sun spinning in the same direction. But this doesn’t explain Venus and Neptune spinning other ways or why various moons revolve against their planet’s spin. It also doesn’t explain why the planets didn’t fall into the Sun as their first movement.
Chapter 5 details the steps that would be needed for the solar system to form itself and what it would look like to an observer. Does this evidence make sense and does it match the rules of physics?