Prescribed evolutionary hypothesis

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The prescribed evolutionary hypothesis is a carefully crafted scientific alternative to Darwinism developed by renowned biologist John A Davison. It is an extension of intelligent design and states that "the information for organic evolution has somehow been predetermined in the evolving genome in a way comparable to the way in which the necessary information to produce a complete organism is contained within a single cell." [1] The theory has been published in the peer-reviewed journal Rivista di Biologia,[2] undercutting the evolutionist claim that intelligent design has never been published in peer reviewed science journals.


  1. A Prescribed Evolutionary Hypothesis
  2. Davison, J.A. [2000], Ontogeny, Phylogeny and the Origin of Biological Information. Rivista di Biologia / Biology Forum 93: 513-523.