of the evolution puzzle
about this site
site, the five papers on teem theory, plus
the first eight chapters of 'The Second Evolution' were posted on the
web on March 1st, 2005. On October 10th, 2005, I revised the site to
it accessible to non-scientists and added the 'Implications' page. In
January 2005, I redesigned the site with black type on a grey
background after complaints that the white on black was too hard to
read. On September 3rd, 2007, I added the complete text of The Second
Evolution, available for free download. On May 16, I redesigned the
site, replacing the parchment background with plain grey.
To simplify the site, the Implications, Hypotheses and DV vs Creationism pages were deleted 6th July, 2011.
The first four chapters of the Ebook were posted online at July 6th. 2011. Al rights reserved.
most scientific investigations, this work owes an enormous debt to
internet. During my research, I downloaded nearly
8,000 scientific papers, articles and essays on countless subjects
covered by teem
theory. This information was indispensable
to the success of
the project and remains an enduring testament to the
of the global web community.
the photos on this site are either mine or in the public domain, I've
downloaded a few images (mainly pictures of Darwin) from
the internet. If you're the
copyright owner, and you don't want your image used on this site,
please let me know and I'll take it off immediately.
to: The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, US National Park Service, US
Geological Survey, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric
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Vendramini, 2005. Revised May 2010, July 2011.
Evolution' and this web site are Copyright:
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THEM AND US
predation created modern humans
don't think I've enjoyed a book more than 'Them and Us' in my life."
Don Burke. Radio
2UE. 24th September. 2009