Natural Selection: No Intelligence Allowed (full movie)
November 30, 2013 | James Kohl
700 Club Interview: Ben Stein Debunks Darwinism in New Movie(starts at 3:39)
“Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed” is a 98 minute-long movie about the freedom of speech suppression to which Intelligent Design proponents are being subjected to by the atheistic American academic dictatorship.
If you learnt evolutionary biology and genetics a decade or more ago you need to be aware that those debates have moved on very considerably, as has the experimental and field work on which they are based. — Denis Noble
If evolutionary theory were not so confusing, evolutionary theorists would not be so confused. — JV Kohl
Evolution by natural selection cannot be the outcome if something is not first selected. Selection is always for nutrients. It is as simple as that. –JV Kohl
Jay R. Feierman “It is very sad for me to see that when several different people on this group, all with doctorate degrees, tell you that you are not correct, you don’t consider that they might be telling you something helpful. Instead, you respond with arrogance and ignorance.”
Feierman now blocks any of my posts to the International Society for Human Ethology yahoo group that include experimental evidence for Nutrient-dependent/pheromone-controlled adaptive evolution
Robert Karl Stonjek, the moderator/owner of the evolutionary psychology yahoo group wrote: That you languish in the opinion/discussion forum is, by far, the biggest admission of the weakness of your overall position. Stonjek banned me from contributing to his group.
“In 1927, J.B.S. Haldane reasoned that the probability of fixation of new beneficial alleles is twice their fitness effect. This result, later generalized by M. Kimura, has since become the cornerstone of modern population genetics. There is no experimental test of Haldane’s insight…”
“Complexity, they say, is not purely the result of millions of years of fine-tuning through natural selection—the process that Richard Dawkins famously dubbed “the blind watchmaker.” To some extent, it just happens.”
Eliminating physics from natural selection solves the problem of mutation-driven evolution. Instead of mutation-initiated natural selection, we now have evolution that “just happens.” What happened to science? “Each of these papers, in one way or another, consolidates the idea that there will probably be no fixed law, like gravity, to explain at the molecular level how endless forms most beautiful and most wonderful have been, and are being evolved.”
What happened to science is depicted in the movie. Physics, chemistry, and biology had to be removed from evolutionary theory as soon as theorists realized
1) there had never been any experimental evidence that supports their theory;
2) that their theory had nothing to do with Darwin’s ‘conditions of life’, and
3) evidence that the conserved molecular mechanisms of life are nutrient-dependent and pheromone-controlled refutes all aspects of mutation-driven evolution.
I’ve been banned from commenting on any articles on the Nature.com site, after commenting on how the epigenetic landscape becomes the physical landscape of DNA via olfactory/pheromonal input and the de novo creation of olfactory receptor genes.
I’ve been told to not bother submitting another review article to “Frontiers in Neuroscience” by co-editor Jon Levine, who supposedly misplaced the check I sent on 5/5/2011 to Susan Wray as payment to join the American Neuroendocrine Society. Submissions to the Faculty of 1000 and eLife have been rejected by office staff before being sent for review, and supposedly before being seen by an editor.
I’ve also been banned from commenting to the eLifesciences.org site after submitting a follow-up comment to this one, which was published and then removed from comments on: How keeping active pays off in the olfactory system.
I wrote: “Is what’s being elucidated the bottom-up epigenetic effects on stochastic gene expression via chromatin remodeling, which is controlled by the top-down epigenetic effects of pheromones on reproduction in species from microbes to man?”
On 1/18/13 Editor Andy Collins wrote: We posted your first comment along with a response from the author but we have decided against posting your latest comment (below) because the discussion deviates away from the article in question. We also think it would be have been appropriate to declare your involvement with http://pheromones.com/.
I added this comment on 2/21/13 and it has since been removed along with my other comments:
I have since modeled nutrient-dependent pheromone-controlled adaptive evolution and uploaded the text and diagram, which are available here: I was advised I should have previously declared ownership of the domain Pheromones.com and my commercial involvement in marketing products based on animal models of common molecular mechanisms in species from microbes to man.