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Scientists believe, according to a new study, that a humble microbe, instead of a devastating meteorite or a catastrophic volcanic eruption, wiped off over 90 percent of the species on Earth (including my favorite trilobites) 251-million-years ago. [source 1=”<a” href=”http://zeenews.india.com/news/eco-news/permian-mass-extinction-triggered-by-microbe_817060.html” 2=”target="_blank">web” 3=”news</a>” language=”:”][/source] Well, if a microbe is the reason for the extinction of “more evolved” species, what does that say about the Theory of… “Evolution” ?!? No matter how well we think of things, microbes and bacteria will always be the champions of survival ready to test the limits of our theories…

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“How” evolution works: Axioms and arrogance in today’s science… [OR: Why we need a philosophical tsunami to break the tea cup]

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