Presently reading Historical Fallacies, Toward a Logic of Historical Thought by David Hackett Fischer and Technocracy Rising, The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation, by Patrick Wood, among others.
And it occurred to me that if you believe in the creation of biological species, then you must also deal with its opposite, the extinction of biological species. So maybe Darwinism is simply another way of expressing creationism except that of being instantaneous, or actually over 7 days, it’s stretched over a longer period of time.
Reason I mention this is from reading Wood’s Technocracy book published this year, and M. King Hubbert’s belief that if man consumes all the available energy and destroys the ecology in the process, that man will cease to exist.
This scenario would be a problem if one were a creationist, I suspect.