MENSA Bulletin reviews Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps

“At last, here’s a probable explanation of those ‘”missing links. “There aren’t any.”

18 Aug 09 – MENSA Bulletin, the magazine of American MENSA, reviewed Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps in this month’s issue.

“According to Felix,” the review begins, “you can forget Darwin’s theory of slow, stately, orderly evolution. Rather, he believes that geomagnetic reversals over the course of history have triggered gigantic leaps, which occur according to a predictable, natural cycle…and the next cycle is due soon.”

“At last, here’s a probable explanation of those ‘”missing links,” the review continues. “There aren’t any.”

“New species do not evolve slowly, but arise abruptly; new plants and animals seemingly appear from nowhere, with no intermediate life forms to explain their presence; and geologic records show that this happens immediately after extinctions and in conjunction with geomagnetic reversals time and again. Lowered magnetic field strength allows mutation-causing radiation to strike our planet.”

“Now here’s the clincher: Earth’s magnetic field strength has declined by two-thirds over the past 2,000 years, and the rate of decline is increasing.”


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