What Was Humanity’s First Cultural Revolution? 

Source: What Was Humanity’s First Cultural Revolution? – CounterPunch.org

Whenever I read an article on (human) evolution I stand back and ask how Darwinian fallacies may have influenced the work. Here, interestingly, it is hard to detect that: that homo sapiens evolved by natural selection is such an absurdity that perhaps students/so-called scientists of human evolution often simply omit discussion of the question and move to what is much more useful in the attempts to document various issues. This data is useful and here the issue of the emergence of violent conflict is discussed usefully. But in fact the selection bias lurks in the background.
It is very hard to study evolution/human evolution because we don’t have the facts. The study of the eonic effect and its model can provide a very general glimpse, one suspects, of the way evolution really works and current socio-biology very far from being able to learn from that.
But it is a perspective that has been able to bypass peer review domination and cancel culture Darwinism enforced strictly. Serious research demands outsiders, as here.
The number of academic books flawed by their ideology of Darwinism is almost staggering. The eonic model should serve as a warning as to just how far off current biology is on the subject of evolution. This approach offers no easy answers but it is a reminder that biologists as students of human evolution can’t define man, and therefore can’t even specify the traits that have emerged/evolved: a good example is the so-called ‘path to Enlightenment’, a staple of some zones of world history for millennia
This raises the question, what is ‘enlightenment’, what is human consciousness in relation to that, and how could such latent potentials evolve in real time. Current biological so-called science couldn’t even acknowledge the question, grant any reality to comnplex states of consciousness, or find Buddhism/Hinduism anything but smass of superstition, to be eliminated in globalization. Such examples show that a definition of man, let alone how he evolved, is completely beyond the ken of current (pseudo-)scicence