Evolution, the Theories and The Facts

Evolution, the Theories and The Facts

By Silvio Famularo

  • Release Date: 2011-07-30
  • Genre: Science & Nature
Score: 2.5
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Description

While most people seem to believe the theories of evolution, the fact is that the majority of people have never really checked them out for themselves. They just believe what they have been told to believe. This booklet proves that all the theories are nothing but far-fetched fantasies.

Reviews

  • Don't waste your manny on pseudoscience

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    By kanzjzuwh
    This book is full of twisted facts to suit theories of it's own , obviously was written by a religious person , makes ridiculous attempts to disregard theories that a held by the scientific method with pseudoscience and belief systems.
  • Evolution, the theories and facts

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    By Fgtedhujhvhg
    This is a very poorly researched Ebook. It's weak as a tool for or against evidence concerning evolution.
  • Absolute Trash

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    By NemoC68
    If you ever wanted an encyclopedia of the most common and ridiculous anti-evolution trite to deaden the brain cells of everyone around you, this is the book to have. Sylvio offers absolutely no original insight, every remark made being rehashed dribble already well settled within the creationist community. Not only does Sylvio get literally all 31 claims he made wrong, but his points are often irrelevant, he often attacks straw men, and he has even sunk to the despicable level of quote mining. Charles Darwin was quote mined three times in this collection of poppycock. In one instance two sentences from two separate chapters of The Origin Of Species were combined into one and sourced as if the statement was quoted verbatim from a single page! Whether Sylvio is lying or too incompetent to check his sources, there is absolutely no excuse for this level of dishonesty. This book serves as yet another unfortunate example of cognitive dissonance, in which Sylvio rejects the reality around him so that he may hold onto his own delusions.
  • Couldn't even finish reading it.

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    By Nick. F
    This "book" bashes the theory of evolution without providing actual cited sources and has incredibly poor excuses for why certain phenomenons couldn't have occurred. People like this shouldn't be allowed to right books.
  • Good for the basics

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    By Dr. S.A. Lee
    While not a technical book with examples, the author gives a brief glimpse into why evolution is questioned by millions. He quickly sums up most of the problems associated with the theory that, contrary to popular belief, is riddled with holes, fallacies, hoaxes, and undeniable fanaticism. A few of his points can come across as harsh or even rude, but, overall, I enjoyed this and I thought it would be great for a grade school to 20 something person to read. For others, I would recommend "I don't have enough faith to be an atheist".
  • Wrong Category

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    By Able to Think
    I'm pretty sure this book is incorrectly categorized: it should be listed under the Humor category. Or possibly the "Chuckle-and-Shake-Your-Head-in-Disappointment" category.
  • Had to give one star to write a review

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    By Mrs.spoons
    Don't bother with this BS Seriously just blabbering on about the same "facts" that supposedly prove that evolution isn't real. DONT WASTE YOUR TIME
  • Good comedic relief

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    By Vr tv
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  • Pure ignorance!!!

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    By u77
    After the third page (at least) the reader realizes that the author's ignorance is only overwhelmed by the author's mediocracy!
  • Clueless

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    By ActualScience
    This should by no means be in the “Science and Nature” section of iBooks. It has absolutely no bases in any scientific fact. He twists actual scientific examples to appear to fit his creationist, non-scientific agenda. He uses the word “theory” to mean “myth” to decieve the general public, anybody who has taken Biology 101 would know that. Clearly the author has no idea what he’s talking about when it comes to science. Put this in the religious/spirituality section of iBooks, it has no buisness here.

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