The Living Force
It's pretty funny isn't it? i think of mathematical physicist Arthur Eddington's idea of the thermonuclear mechanism for the sun's radiation.SeekinTruth said:And these alternatives to Darwin go back to Darwin's time to Wallace and all through the 20th Century. Many have proposed punctuated evolution as an alternative to the Darwinian step by step, slow evolution for which no evidence has ever been found. And all of the alternatives also come much closer to how so much complexity and diversity could come about -- the Panspermia theories really go a long way in that direction, as well.
While this had already been said:
It looks like science, is just a process of recognizing our own stupidity.http://www.holoscience.com/news.php?article=ah63dzac said:We stand on the verge of a vast cosmical discovery such as nothing hitherto imagined can compare with. —Sir John Herschel in 1850, upon the discovery of a link between magnetic storms on Earth and sunspots, to Michael Faraday, the vaunted experimentalist who was investigating the links between electricity and magnetism.