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Benito Mussolini and Darwinism

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Benito Mussolini (1883-1945), the Italian Fascist
dictator, was also captivated by *Darwin and *Nietzsche;
and Neitzsche said he got his ideas from Darwin
(*R.E.D. Clark, Darwin: Before and After, 1948, p. 115).
Mussolini believed that violence is basic to social transformation
(*Encyclopedia Britannica, 1962, Vol. 16, p.
Coelacanth Discovered (1938). It was once an “index
fossil, used to date a sedimentary strata. Evolutionists declared
it as having been dead for 70 million years. If
their strata theory was correct, no living specimens
could occur, since no coelacanth fossils had been found
in the millions of years of higher strata. But then, on
December 25, 1938, a trawler fishing off South Africa
brought up one that was 5 feet in length. More were found
later. Many other discoveries helped disprove the evolutionists’
fossil/strata theories. Even living creatures like
the trilobite have been found! (*“Living Fossil Resembles
Long-extinct Trilobite,” Science Digest, December 1957).

Hiroshima (1945), is an evolutionist’s paradise; for it
is filled with people heavily irradiated, which—according
to evolutionary mutation theory—should be able
to produce children which are new, different, and a
more exalted species. But this has not happened. Only
injury and death resulted from the August 6, 1945, nuclear
explosion. Mutations are always harmful and frequently
lethal within a generation or two (*Animal Species and
Evolution, p. 170, *H.J. Muller, Time, November 11, 1946,
p. 38).

First Mechanism Changeover (1940s). *Darwin
originally wrote that random activity naturally selects
itself into improvements (a concept which any sensible
person will say is totally impossible). In a later book (Descent
of Man, 1871), Darwin abandoned “natural selec-
Brief History of Evolutionary Theory 45
tion” as hopeless, and returned to Lamarckism (the scientifically
discredited inheritance of acquired characteristics;
if you build strong muscles, your son will inherit them).
But evolutionists remained faithful to Darwin’s original
mechanism (natural selection) for decades.

They were called “Darwinists.” But, by the 1940s, many were
switching over to mutations as the mechanism of crossspecies
change. Its advocates were called “neo-Darwinists.”
The second changeover would come in the 1980s.
Radiocarbon dating (1946). *Willard Libby and his
associates discovered carbon 14 (C 14) as a method for
the dating of earlier organic materials. But later research
revealed that its inaccuracy increases in accordance
with the actual age of the material (*C.A. Reed,
“Animal Domestication in the Prehistoric Near East,” in
Science, 130, 1959, p. 1630; University of California at
Los Angeles, “On the Accuracy of Radiocarbon Dates,”
in Geochronicle, 2, 1966 [Libby’s own laboratory]).
Big Bang Hypothesis (1948) Astronomers were totally
buffaloed as to where matter and stars came from.

In desperation, *George Gamow and two associates
dreamed up the astonishing concept that an explosion
of nothing produced hydrogen and helium, which then
shot outward, then turned and began circling and pushing
itself into our present highly organized stars and galactic
systems. This far-fetched theory has repeatedly been
opposed by a number of scientists (*G. Burbidge, “Was
There Really a Big Bang?” in Nature 233, 1971, pp. 36,
39). By the 1980s, astronomers which continued to oppose
the theory began to be relieved of their research time at
major observatories (“Companion Galaxies Match Quasar
Redshifts: The Debate Goes On,” Physics Today,
37:17, December 1984). In spite of clear evidence that
the theory is unscientific and unworkable, evolutionists
refuse to abandon it.

Steady State Universe Theory (1948). In 1948, *Fred
Hoyle, working with *Hermann Bondi and *Thomas Gold,
proposed this theory as an alternative to the Big Bang. It
declared that matter is continually “blipping” into existence
throughout the universe (*Peter Pocock and *Pat
Daniels, Galaxies, p. 114; *Fred Hoyle, Frontiers of Astronomy,
1955, pp. 317-318). We will learn that in 1965,
the theory was abandoned. *Hoyle said it disagreed with
several scientific facts.


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