February 28, 2004
Edited March 3, 2004
At today’s meeting of the Pro Evolution Society, the membership
voted 1000 (for) to 7 (against) in favor of departing from the long held
evolutionary view that man is necessarily connected to the evolutionary
chain. In plain English, "Man may not have evolved." The
membership also voted 610 (for) to 397 (against) in favor of maintaining our
belief in the certainty that evolution does indeed occur in lower species.
The new movement in field unification physics is primarily
responsible for the change in our thinking.
We would like to thank Dr. Michael Bisconti in particular for bringing
to light both old and new scientific discoveries and, in particular, his
recently published paper on “Field Unification: The Theory Of Infinite Relativity.” See Dr. Bisconti’s page “Unified
Field Theory Disproves Evolution.” We must emphasize
that we are not in perfect agreement with Dr. Bisconti. However, that may only be due to the fact
that we have not yet had time to study all of Dr. Bisconti’s data.
February 1, 2005
Today, the Pro Evolution
Society voted 1007 (for) to 0 (against) to change from the traditional
evolutionary view, called “monogenetic evolution,” to a new evolutionary view,
called “polygenetic evolution.” The traditional,
monogenetic view says that “all organisms sprang from one
organism.” The new, polygenetic view
says that “all organisms sprang from many organisms.” We now hold to the view that the human race
sprang from a single pair of human beings and that this original pair of human
beings were biologically identical to modern human beings.