More than 1,000 highly influential scientists from around the world have registered their doubts about Charles Darwin's evolution theory
They boast of institutions such as Harvard, John Hopkins Colombia, Tulane, Rice and Baylor , National Academy of Sciences, Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, British Museum and MIT Lincoln Library.
"We are skeptical about the possibility of random mutation and natural selection because of the complexity of life," they say in a statement. "Careful study of Darwin's theory evidence should be promoted."
Scientists are the best in the fields of molecular biology, biochemistry, biology, entomology, computing quantum chemistry, microbiology, psychiatry and behavioral sciences, astrophysics, marine biology, cell biology. , physics and astronomy, mathematics, physics, geology and anthropology, according to Evolution News, Seattle Discovery Institute's online publication that promotes the theory of intelligent design
Discovery Institute first published its Scientific Dissent of Darwinism in the New York Book Review 2001
PBS said that "almost every scholar in the world believes the theory is true.
Biologist Institute Director biologist Douglas Ax said that peer pressure overwhelms the truth
"Because no scientist can show how Darwin's mechanism can lead to life's complexity, every scholar should be skeptical," he said. "The fact that most will not recognize this reveals the unhealthy impact of peer pressure on scientific discourse."
Initially, the Discovery Institute chairman Bruce Chapman collected a list of 100 doctoral researchers.
"Realizing that there could have been more scientists around the world who share the dual skepticism of Darwinian evolution and wanted to register, the institute keeps this list and constantly included it," said Evolution News.
The list of signatories now includes 15 scientists from national academies, including Russia, the Czech Republic, Brazil and the United States, as well as from the Royal Society. Many signatories are professors or scholars from major universities and international research institutions such as Cambridge University, London Natural History Museum, Moscow State University, Hong Kong University, Stellenbosch University in South Africa, Instituto de Paléontologie Humaine in France, Ben-Gurion University in Israel, MIT, Smithsonian, Yale and Princeton, ”he noted.
Marcos Eberlin, Ph.D., Founder of Thomson Mass Spectrometry Laboratory and member of the Brazilian National Academy of Sciences. "As a biochemist, I was skeptical of Darwinism when I was confronted with the complexity of coding, decrypting, and protecting my information from the genetic code and many of his most intelligent strategies."
Michael Egnor, Professor at New York State University, Stony Brook, Neurosurgery and Pediatrics that scientists intuitively know that Darwinism can do some things but not others. ““ The question is, what is the limit? Does the content of the information in the living quarters exceed that limit? Darwinists have never encountered these issues, ”he said. "They never knew from a scientific point of view whether random mutation and natural selection create content in live areas."