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Evolution: Possible or Impossible?

Research analyst James F. Coppedge presents a new approach to bio-
logy in plain language, in an area more exciting than science fiction.

Says Dr. Coppedge:  “Recent spectacular breakthroughs in molecular
biology can be combined with the widely-used laws of probability
reasoning.  This provides a valuable technique in the search for scien-
tific truth.  Many reluctant materialists welcome the results.”

Topics include:

  • The Simplest Possible Living Thing
  • A Quick Way to Understand the Genetic Code
  • DNA, the Golden Molecule of Heredity
  • How DNA Duplicates Itself
  • Natural Selection Helpless Before Duplication
  • It Takes Chance Ten Billion Tries to Count to Ten
  • Could Chance Arrange the Code for One Gene?
  • Mystery of Left-handed Molecules
  • Probability Calculations by Others

“This is a surprising book! . . . a goldmine of detailed material.”
--Dr. C. C. Ryrie

“A monumental piece of work.  Excellent!”
--Dr. Jack MacArthur

“Well-documented scientific fact . . . but also exciting reading.”
--Ron Cratty

“Outstanding job . . . a great deal of valuable information in it.”
--Dr. Henry M. Morris

EVOLUTION: POSSIBLE OR IMPOSSIBLE? is excellent.”
--Melvin C. Cook, Ph.D., Chemistry

“Refreshing and interesting as it conveys important mathematical and
biochemical concepts in readable fashion.”
--George F. Howe, Ph.D., Biology

 

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