18th AND 19th century scientists Pt 16

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18th AND 19th century scientists Pt 16

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Austin H. Clark (1880-1954), an ardent evolutionist,
was on the staff of the Smithsonian Institute from 1908
to 1950 and a member of several important scientific organizations.
A prominent scientist, he authored several
books and about 600 scientific articles. But, after years
of honestly trying to deal with the fact that there is no
evidence of cross-species change, in 1930 he wrote an
astounding book, The New Evolution: Zoogenesis. In
it, he cited fact after fact, disproving the possibility
that major types of plants and animals could have
evolved from one another.

The book was breathtaking and could not be answered by any evolutionist.
His alternate proposal, zoogenesis, was that every major
type of plant and animal must have evolved—not from
one another—but directly from dirt and water! (*A.H.
Clark, The New Evolution: Zoogenesis, 1930, pp. 211, 100,
189, 196, 114). The evolutionary world was stunned into
silence, for he was an expert who knew all the reasons
why trans-species evolution was impossible.

*Richard Goldschmidt (1878-1958). The same year
that *Clark wrote his book (1930), Goldschmidt gave up
also. An earnest evolutionist, he had dedicated his life to
proving it by applying X-rays and chemicals to fruit flies
at the University of California, Berkeley, and producing
large numbers of mutations in them. After 25 exhausting
years, in which he had worked with more generations
of fruit flies than humans and their ape ancestors are
conjectured to have lived on our planet, Goldschmidt
decided that he must figure out a different way that
cross-species evolution could occur.

For the next ten years, as he continued his fruit fly research, he gathered
additional evidence of the foolishness of evolutionary
theory;—and, in 1940, wrote his book, The Material Basis
of Evolution, in which he exploded point after point in
the ammunition box of the theory. He literally tore it
to pieces (*Norman Macbeth, Darwin Retried, 1974,
p. 152). No evolutionist could answer him. Like them, he
was a confirmed evolutionary atheist, but he was honestly
facing the facts.

After soundly destroying their theory, he
announced his new concept: a megaevolution in which
one life-form suddenly emerged completely out of a
different one! He called them “hopeful monsters.” One
day a fish laid some eggs, and some of them turned into a
frog, a snake laid an egg, and a bird hatched from it!

Goldschmidt asked for even bigger miracles than A.H. Clark
had proposed! (*Steven M. Stanley, Macroevolution:
Pattern and Process, 1979, p. 159).
American Humanist Association (1933). “Humanism”
is the modern word for “atheism.” As soon as it
was formed in 1933, the AHA began working closely
with science federations, to promote evolutionary
theory, and with the ACLU (American Civil Liberties
Union) to provoke legal action in the courts forcing
Americans to accept evolutionary beliefs. Signatories
included *Julian Huxley (*T.H. Huxley’s grandson),

*John Dewey, *Margaret Sanger, *H.J. Muller, *Benjamin
Spock, *Erich Froom, and *Carl Rogers (*American Humanist
Association, promotional literature).
*Trofim Lysenko (1893-1976) rose to power in the
1930s in the USSR by convincing the government that he
could create a State Science that combined Darwinian
evolution theory in science, animal husbandry, and agriculture
with Marxist theory. With *Stalin’s hearty
backing, Lysenko became responsible for the death of thousands,
including many of Russia’s best scientists. Lysenko
banned Mendelian genetics as a bourgeois heresy. He
was ousted in 1965 when his theories produced agricultural
disaster for the nation.

(He claimed to be able to change winter wheat into spring wheat, through temperature change, and wheat into rye in one generation.)

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