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Why Evolution Is True Why Evolution Is Than Just A Theory It Is A Fact In All The Current Highly Publicized Debates About Creationism And Its Descendant Intelligent Design, There Is An Element Of The Controversy That Is Rarely Mentioned The Evidence, The Empirical Truth Of Evolution By Natural Selection Even Richard Dawkins And Stephen Jay Gould, While Extolling The Beauty Of Evolution And Examining Case Studies, Have Not Focused On The Evidence Itself Yet The Proof Is Vast, Varied, And Magnificent, Drawn From Many Different Fields Of Science Scientists Are Observing Species Splitting Into Two And Are Finding And Fossils Capturing Change In The Past Dinosaurs That Have Sprouted Feathers, Fish That Have Grown Limbs Why Evolution Is True Weaves Together The Many Threads Of Modern Work In Genetics, Paleontology, Geology, Molecular Biology, And Anatomy That Demonstrate The Indelible Stamp Of The Processes First Proposed By Darwin In Crisp, Lucid Prose Accessible To A Wide Audience, Why Evolution Is True Dispels Common Misunderstandings And Fears About Evolution And Clearly Confirms That This Amazing Process Of Change Has Been Firmly Established As A Scientific Truth


About the Author: Jerry A. Coyne

Jerry Coyne is a professor in the department of ecology and evolution at the University of Chicago His concentration is speciation and ecological and evolutionary genetics, particularly as they involve Drosophila His work is widely published, not only in scientific journals, but also in such mainstream venues as The New York Times, the Times Literary Supplement, and The New Republic Coyne s peer



10 thoughts on “Why Evolution Is True

  1. says:

    As I read this book, I wondered why am I only learning about evolution in depth NOWand through my own desire to learn How did I get through school including a Bachelor s Degree without really understanding the nitty gritty of evolution I think much of the problem is that so many discoveries were so recent, but actually there is no excuse I THInK I pa


  2. says:

    Shocking and sadHere in Europe we tend to forget that the USA are not exclusively a country of reason and progress Books like this remind us that there is also religious fundamentalism and that uneducated people who believe that the world is 6000 years old and favour intelligent design can rise to the highest political offices The shocking thing is what this


  3. says:

    I ll come right to the point Jerry Coyne s Why Evolution Is True is arguably the best general interest reference book on the scientific evidence for evolution currently in print It really is.Many of the items that Coyne marshals will be familiar to those who are well versed in this topic But I found several items that I had never before seen One example is the recent


  4. says:

    I picked this book after reading Dawkins Greatest Show on Earth After a series of conversations I had with some young earth creationists, and in light of what is occurring in the battle for science curriculum here in Texas, I wanted to find a book that I could recommend to creationists, since most creationists have absolutely no clue about the actual science Dawkins book is no


  5. says:

    Coyne admittedly had the uphill struggle of trying to prove something that is not true.


  6. says:

    Ellesmere Island _ _ _ _ We can allow satellites, planets, suns, universe, nay whole systems of universe, to be governed by laws, but the smallest insect, we wish to be created at once by special act Charles DarwinI will talk about just two evidences from thousands of evidences in order to prove evolution Vitamin C Note you can t understand this clue unless yo


  7. says:

    First of all, this is a very well written book that powerfully makes the case for Darwinian evolution The author is well versed in the subject I would recommend this book to anyone who, like me, has little knowledge of the actual science of evolution but wants to learn That said, I am not really bothered by evolution and I am an evangelical Christian, though not a creationist Yes there are theological c


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    I d give it 2.5 stars if I could Seeing how I think he s wrong, though, I ll downgrade rather than upgrade.I probably agree with 70% of what s in the book, which may be surprising, me being a creationist I m not going to try to untangle all the mixtures of agreement and disagreement. but its interesting that I definitely am fully onboard with over half of the book, but still disagree with the major premise that


  9. says:

    This one is like the Beak of the Finch it shows impressive work on Natural Selection, but it doesn t prove that the little changes must lead to the huge changes between people and animals This book also illustrates how scientists are trying to be historians a kind of integrating of subjects and they are failing miserably If any historian tried to pass of these kinds of arguments as history they wouldn t survive the laugh


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