Philosophy and science on the general theory of evolution

The advancement of science and the origin of life. Nature, beginning and general evolution of life. Empirical evidence of new evolutionary mechanisms.

Book front cover of the Conditional Evolution of Life. Seahorse and goldfish.



Author: José Tiberius




1.a) New perspectives on the general theory of evolution

The aim of this book is to present new ideas on the general theory of evolution. The page on Scientific Evidence presents a summary of the most relevant recent experiments with their corresponding academic source.

The advancement of science is marked throughout history by major revolutions produced primarily by discovering or explaining natural events, formulating ideas, and developing new technologies.

Usually, leaps in science go with names such as Aristotle, Pythagoras, Galileo, and Newton. Nevertheless, their theories were also the product of their times’ culture and scientific environment.

Likewise, we cannot forget the influence that philosophic tendencies and religions of different civilizations have had on science evolution. On the other hand, many people consider that each step taken by science brings human beings closer to such philosophical-religious ideas.

This book aims to present the concerns we all have to a greater or lesser extent about fundamental concepts of life and general theory of evolution.

We have attempted to avoid using strictly scientific terms to facilitate comprehension without diminishing the vocabulary’s precision.

There is scientific news in the successive edition, especially related to biological evolution that appeared in recent years but later than the initial essay on the Conditional Evolution of Life –CEL.

This news tries to offer a vision of what, how, and when scientific knowledge advances reach the public. It also cites the confirmation of the propositions of the 1992 Esnuka billiards. In this free game, the CEL governs the contained instructions for the color-changing of the balls.

Spiral staircase of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.

On the one hand, the book discusses the cause of the transmitted genetic information’s changes and its effects on the offspring.

Likewise, we present numerous investigation lines, development, and further exploration of a broad subject bearing in mind the innovative approaches.

In particular, a direct development has been the Global Cognitive Theory. Both theories address intelligence’s central theme, its mechanisms, origin, and evolution from various perspectives.

Another related book is The EDI Study; providing empirical evidence of the main propositions of CEL.

Finally, the book on the Global Scientific Method has a section about the theory of evolution methodology.