LATEST HISTORICAL COMMENTS SHOWING DARWIN’S LACK OF PRIORITY ON EVOLTION The following are the latest in a long series of quotes provided by me which were found by doing an in depth search of the pre-Origin literature concerning evolution. They help demonstrate, yet again, that Darwin did not have priority on any of the ideas […]
The latest issue of the EdgeScience magazine is now here, with Prof. Wainwright’s work as its main cover story article
On the night of Friday the 10th of November, the Firth court quad in the University of Sheffield became the stage to a spectacular event. Inspiring educational videos that school students created were projected on the walls of the Firth court building during an outdoor screening that lasted all evening.
An up to date comprehensive list for Prof. Milton Wainwright’s publications is shown below, a PDF version of the list can also be found in the publications section of the website.
If you live in or near Sheffield, free on the 25th of this September, and curious about life in the stratosphere, then you are in luck!
The theory of life coming to Earth from space has been the subject of one of the latest creations of Chicago artist Jerome Walker. Jerome said “I read your article on the sphere you recovered and it inspired me to create a large painting (121.92 cm x 243.84 cm), a diptych, depicting, among other things, the […]
On Sunday, September 20, from 10pm to 11pm Pacific US Time. (UK : Monday morning, September 21, from 6am to 7am), Prof. Milton Wainwright will be a guest on the Coast to Coast AM Radio to discuss the discovery of extra-terrestrial organism discovery. The discussion will include the newest discovered biological entities that were retrieved in the stratosphere using strong […]
Some years ago, my friend and college Chandra Wickramasinghe gave me to study a thick manuscript written by him and Fred Hoyle showing that Charles Darwin had not originated the idea of natural selection, but instead gave most of the credit to another English naturalist called Edwin Blyth.
Critics of panspermia often say that the idea is of no interest, since it merely removes the problem of life’s origin from Earth to somewhere else.
Oh the problems of assigning credit to discoveries! Just when I thought I had pinned down the discoverer of the ‘Petri’ dish as the English scientist, Percy Frankland (.lGzi4 Quarterly 25, 98-99) I receive news of a counter claim.