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Pearl Necklace said...

Article Martino in the April issue of Contemporary Review "the Situation
mind in nature and intuition of man" reminded me of what I had intended
to answer objections, exhibited from time to time against a common
the teachings in the "Main basis". Reasoning Martino although not
directly aimed against provisions approved by or implied in
"The main basis", but opposite to them on the findings. The execution of his
intentions, however, I still would defer if I didn't know that
the evidence of Mr. Martino is considered by many as the last word of science, and that
the absence of objection, they may be considered for the inability of these
objections. Therefore, the arguments of Mr. Martino is advisable to pay attention,
especially since, I think, the essence of them can be usefully
to consider in a relatively small essay.
The first definite objection which puts Martino is that
the hypothesis of General evolution is powerless to account for the facts in the simplest manner
not recognizing the existence of numerous different elements. It
says that if all matter is homogeneous, then phenomena such as chemical
transformations would be impossible. - "To put the world on it
chemical way, first required the development of its cash
it is necessary to imagine the world prepared its heterogeneous composition.
Make sure the consequence of this thesis, dump in one whole list
known elements and present their properties." - Obviously, this
it can be concluded that for the beginning of evolution must admit
the existence of individually created elements.