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Monday, 25 January 2016

Ape-Men Never Existed!

The Atlantean Conspiracy: One of the first frauds in the history of Darwinism, known as “recapitulation theory,” and heralded as undeniable “proof of evolution,” was an idea proposed and propagated by a racist eugenicist Professor named Ernst Haeckel in the late 19th century.  A contemporary and friend of Charles Darwin and Thomas “Bulldog” Huxley, Haeckel postulated that human (and other animal) embryos experience a miniature form of the entire evolutionary impulse during their development in the womb, displaying first characteristics of fish, then reptile, and lastly mammalian or human.  It has long been eliminated from scientific literature, but many people and popular sources still unknowingly quote and believe in Haeckel’s fraudulent work.  Several popular magazines and school textbooks as recently as the 1990s, over a century after being exposed, were still publishing Haeckel’s hoaxed pictures and recapitulation theory as science fact!

It has since been proven that this theory is completely bogus.  It is now known that the ‘gills’ that supposedly appear in the early stages of the human embryo are in fact the initial phases of the middle-ear canal, parathyroid, and thymus.  The part of the embryo that was likened to the ‘egg yolk pouch’ turns out to be a pouch that produces blood for the infant.  The part that had been identified as a ‘tail’ by Haeckel and his followers is in fact the backbone, which resembles a tail only because it takes shape before the legs do.  Another interesting aspect of ‘recapitulation’ was Ernst Haeckel himself, a faker who falsified his drawings in order to support the theory he advanced.  Haeckel’s forgeries purported to show that fish and human embryos resembled one another.  When he was caught out, the only defense he offered was that other evolutionists had committed similar offences!  -Harun Yahya, “The Evolution Deceit” (199-200) ... READ MORE>>>....