Modern DNA research has now proved that simple cells did not evolve into all life on earth, and that evolution is impossible. So why is this being kept from the general public, and should Darwin's theories still be taught as 'facts' in our educational institutions?
In Life's Story, author Mark Haville takes the reader on a journey to discover the story of life itself. This book challenges the long-held beliefs that have underpinned the whole understanding of natural selection.
Subjects discussed are: How much can animals change? Why do so many species depend on one another to survive? Where does instinct and intelligence come from? What does the design of creatures reveal about their history?
Written to accompany the acclaimed wildlife documentary, 'Life's Story', this book explores all these issues and many more. The author delves into the abilities of Dolphins and Parrot fish, and examines the skills of Ostriches and Wildebeest, Cheetahs, Giraffes and Lions.
'Where did I come from? Where am I going? Life's Story answers both questions with spectacular photography that shows life as it is. - JOBE MARTIN. 'Best in class!' - JOHN BLANCHARD