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The New Genesis:
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Review by C&I Magazine Cath O’Driscoll, Deputy Editor Life Luck and Alien Experiments How lucky are we to be alive? Far   too   lucky,   according   to   physicist   Wojciech   Kulczyk.   In   fact,   luck   has   nothing   to   do   with   it, in   Kulczyk’s   opinion.   Refuting   the   theory   of   ‘blind’   evolution,   that   intelligent   life   on   Earth arose   by   random   mutations   starting   from   a   primordial   soup   of   life-activating   ingredients,   in The   New   Genesis   Kulczyk   argues   that   the   precise   conditions   needed   for   higher   life   forms   to develop and exist are all part of ‘the greatest experiment on Earth’. Higher   life   forms,   and   most   notably   humans,   he   believes,   are   the   result   of   a   meticulously planned long-term experiment by other even more intelligent, and quite likely alien, beings. But   while   it   would   be   easy   to   dismiss   many   of   the   ideas   in   this   book   as   those   of   a   crackpot, Kulczyk   is   a   PhD   physicist   credited   with   ‘many   years   of   experience   in   academe   and   industry’. He’s also backed up his assertions with hard facts and figures. At   the   outset   of   The   New   Genesis,   for   example,   Kulczyk   sets   out   his   ideas   about   how   this great   alien   experiment   might   account   for   the   opportune   proximity   of   the   Earth   from   the   Sun   - around   27,000   light-years   away   from   the   centre   of   the   Milky   Way.   A   region   of   the   galaxy containing   an   abundance   of   elements   needed   to   support   life,   yet   far   enough   away   from   the black hole at the centre that is the source of damaging radiation. Alien   interference,   meanwhile,   is   also   invoked   as   a   possible   source   of   Earth’s   plentiful   supply of   water.   On   the   basis   of   their   proximity   to   the   Sun,   the   planets   Mars   and   Venus   might   be expected   to   be   very   similar   to   the   Earth   –   receiving   similar   levels   of   solar   radiation   and   subject to   comparable   external   conditions   such   as   asteroid   impacts,   Kulczyk   points   out.   Yet   neither Mars   nor   Venus   has   magnetic   fields   or   tectonic   plates   –   or,   importantly,   a   large   reservoir   of water, a critical ingredient for supporting life. The   origin   of   all   this   water   on   Earth   –   more   than>1bn   km3   of   it   –   has   long   been   suggested   to   be from   comets   or   asteroids,   Kulczyk   continues,   an   idea   backed   up   by   more   recent   measures   of deuterium   hydrogen   isotope   ratios   showing   that   the   D/H   ratio   in   seawater   matches   the   value found    in    water-rich    asteroids.    However,    where    his    ideas    depart    more    radically    from conventional   thinking   is   how   it   arrived   here,   not   by   multiple   collisions   by   enormous   asteroids around    1000km    wide,    but    by    a    carefully    organised    delivery    mechanism    that    must    have accounted   for   both   the   position   of   the   Earth   and   delivery   vehicle,   and   their   speeds   at   the   time of    impact.    Something    that    he    believes    could    only    have    been    achievable    due    to    careful intelligent planning. This   book   sets   out   to   highlight   the   enormous   complexity   of   life,   and   to   present   readers   with the   ‘overwhelming   evidence   that   life   could   not   have   begun   spontaneously   …   and   could   only have   arisen   as   the   result   of   a   purposeful   design   by   intelligent   beings’.   While   it   doesn’t   entirely succeed   in   that   goal,   it   certainly   raises   plenty   of   thought-provoking   ideas   and   questions,   as well   as   providing   insights   into   everything   from   genetic   variation   to   consciousness   and   abstract thinking and much more in between. Fittingly,   the   book’s   back   cover   contains   a   quote   from   Albert   Einstein:   ‘There   are   two   ways   to live   your   life.   One   is   as   though   nothing   is   a   miracle.   The   other   is   as   though   everything   is   a miracle.’ Who    knows,    but    quite    possibly    Kulczyk    has    come    as    close    to    explaining    the    perplexing mysteries   of   life   and   how   it   arose   and   continues   to   exist   as   any   of   the   previous   legions   of philosophers   and   thinkers.   Scientifically   speaking,   after   all,   his   ideas   are   far   more   plausible than a belief in God and religion. Fortean Times Review by  Nigel Watson As     an     agnostic     physicist,     Wojciech     Kulczyk     cannot     accept     religious     or     supernatural explenations   for   our   creation,   nor   can   he   totally   agree   with   the   idea   that   evolution   blindly created us from a primaeval soup. To    get    to    grips    with    his    concept    of    a    ‘new    genesis’,    Wojciech    takes    a    ‘purely’    scientific approach   to   the   subject.   Step   by   step   he   takes   a   detailed   look   at   how   Earth   was   specially selected   due   to   its   unique   position   in   the   Milky   Way   and   its   special   conditions   that   are   able   to support   life.   From   there,   chapters   are   devoted   to   how   water   came   to   this   planet,   how   the   first complex   organisms   thrived   in   this   environment   and   how   the   biological   systems   developed and changed over millions of years. This   culminates   in   the   development   of   mankind   and   the   human   brain   that   is   covered   in chapters 8 and 9. Kulczyk   examines   the   limitations   of   mutations   and   natural   selection   that   are   the   basic   tenets   of Darwin’s   theory   of   evolution,   and   goes   on   to   outline   the   new   paradigm   of   intelligent   design that tries to accommodate these problems. By   chapter   13   he   is   able   to   take   an   overall   view   of   the   major   events   on   Earth   to   show   that   they were not chance occurrences but part of a special experiment by extraterrestrial beings. As   further   evidence   of   alien   intervention,   he   cites   examples   of   UFO   reports   like   mass   sightings of   a   dancing   light   at   Fatima   in   October   1917.   He   does   accept   that   the   majority   of   sightings   can be   explained   but   thinks   “...there   is   a   strong   unconscious   resistance   to   accepting   evidence   for the existence of intelligent beings on Earth.” This   is   certainly   a   far   more   considered   and   scientific   study   of   our   genesis   and   the   possibility that    extraterrestrials    have    spent    millions    if    not    billions    of    years    to    create    us    as    a    highly developed   life   form,   than   any   ‘Ancient   Alien’   stuff   churned   out   by   cynical   TV   producers. Kulczyk   makes   a   good   case   for   showing   flaws   in   evolution   and   religious   thinking,   but   filling the   vacuum   with   this   ET   intervention   theory   is   a   step   too   far.   Nuts   and   bolts   ufologists   and ancient astronaut theorists will love it.

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