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The Human Epigenome Project: Darwinian-Free Science

About twenty five years ago Lars Olov Bygren discovered that feast and famine years can affect not only those who endure them, but their progeny as well. Bygren was not the first to observe that environmental influences can be transmitted to subsequent generations. And as with the earlier discoveries, even in recent decades such empirical findings have not been welcomed by evolutionists. Why? Because such findings go against evolutionary theory. As a recent Time magazine article explained:  Read more
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One Response to The Human Epigenome Project: Darwinian-Free Science

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    Darwin did say traits can be passed onto a following generation by the actions of parents. i know he said this about women potentialy raising the intelligence of their daughters by simply being more smart in their later ages. Better qualities would be inherited by their daughters and so women make up for lost ground. I’m pretty sure darwin accepted new traits being merely passed on to the kids in many examples.
    Just read the ‘Descent of man”. Its a good laugh.

    I don’t agree with Mr Hunter that acquired traits are passed on.As a biblical creationist I rather see inate abilities of creatures to change especially after the biblical flood. After that men still lived hundreds of years with their bodies able to do this and no sign of it today.
    Mechanisms for diversity have simply not been figured out. there was diversity explosions but not from evolution by selection/mutation.
    Genesis makes boundaries that force conclusions of innate body abilities or abilities once held.

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