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Genome Chaos: Henry Heng delivers where Charles Darwin fell short

It is seldom mentioned that Charles Darwin's Origin of Species failed to deliver what the title promised. The mechanisms in his book only deliver microevolution but not macroevolution. Henry Heng discovered a major puzzle piece in his study of cancer and it's called "Genome Chaos". Rafe Furst, a longtime collaborator of Henry's, joins us in exploring the real mechanism of evolutionary change and the true reasons for sexual reproduction. Rafe wrote a summary of Henry's work here.  You can buy Henry's book here

Rafe and Henry are starting a working group to explore evolutionary state-of-the-art breakthroughs and you can join their list by sending an email to

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