Genome Research Refutes Evolution
Periannan Senapathy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
21 Feb 1995 00:23:34 GMT
As a molecular biologist and genome researcher,
I have enjoyed following the many ongoing debates in this
and other forums over evolution theory--both as a whole,
and various aspects thereof. My own work in genome mechanics
and genetic molecular structures has yielded much evidence
pertaining to these debates, and over the years I have
published several of my findings in scientific journals
(Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Journal of
Molecular Biology, Journal of Biological Chemistry, Nucleic
Acids Research, Science and other journals).
Until recently I have published these findings separately,
although clearly they are all related. Now, however, I am
publishing a single unified theory that incorporates all
of these pieces--and an enormous body of other evidence as well.
This new unified theory proposes a radically alternative
explanation for the origin and diversity of life on Earth,
asserting that most of Earth's organisms must have originated
independently in one primordial pond, and that the
natural-selection mechanism described by evolution theories
could have produced only minor variations among essentially
similar species. These conclusions surely will provoke a
lively debate in the scientific community, but a fair reading
of the theory will show that it easily explains all of the
available evidence--molecular, biochemical, organismal
and fossil--and notably accommodates all of the contra-evolution
evidence that has dogged evolutionists since Darwin.
To stimulate and inform the debate, I have prepared a
Web Page for the World-Wide Web that provides much more
information about the theory, including the complete text
of the Preface and first chapter of my new book,
"Independent Birth of Organisms"--a comprehensive articulation
of the entire theory. If you are interested in more information
you are invited to browse these materials at
These materials, and the book itself, are engagingly written
to be accessible to educated lay readers, but the book is also
fully annotated with my research and other technical data for
If you do not have access to the World-Wide Web, you may
obtain more information via gopher at:
in the Genome International directory.
You can also receive these files by simply sending an email to:
Please leave the subject line blank and type get genome catalog
in the body of the message.
-- Periannan Senapathy, Ph.D.