Psi Research and Intelligent Design

Benor, Daniel J.
April 2003
Journal of Religion & Psychical Research;Apr2003, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p69
Academic Journal
Examines the role of Darwinian theory and Intelligent Design process in influencing genetical processes thereby contributing to evolution. Influence of an organism on its environment according to Conformance Theory of parapsychological by Rex Stanford; Support to this theory provided by works of nurseryman Luther Burbank; Parapsychological significance of experiments conducted by zoologist Paul Kammerer.


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