Matthew Turner

Biography

This book discredits Darwin's theory of natural selection and describes a more properly scientific replacement for it. It does not dispute the existence of evolution! Replacing one theory of evolution with another may seem of fairly trivial importance, but it has tremendous implications for many aspects of human society since we have based many of our guiding social principles on ideas that derive from Darwin's theory or the Malthusian ideas that underlie it.

Warning: I hope that my book is easy to read, but it is certainly not easy to understand. If you think that I don't understand Darwinism, or that my argument is weak or illogical, then you have not understood what I have written! Of course whether my theory is "right" or "wrong" remains to be judged, but be assured that is NOT a superficial argument. You will need to STUDY my book in order to understand it, spending much time thinking about the concepts raised. If it is beneath your dignity to do that for a theory from an unknown independent thinker, then please do not bother to download this book.

I hope that someone, somewhere will be able to bring this theory to public notice, because getting the academic community to even read this work, much less recognize it, has proved unexpectedly difficult.

I have made a webpage that details the problems I am having trying to get this book taken seriously (check link on Smashwords site, author info page).

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Books

Natural Design: a new theory of evolution
By Matthew Turner
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 60,050. Language: English. Published: May 25, 2010. Category: Nonfiction
I show that natural selection is not a properly scientific theory & provide a rigorous but subtle alternative with immensely important implications for society. Respected intellects & journals refuse to even look at this work & others ridicule it by taking words wildly out of context. Give Darwin (& me!) some respect - a book that overthrows his theory cannot be understood on a quick skim reading!

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