Friday, June 9, 2023
Mitochondrial Health

Book Review: "Replacing Darwin Made Simple" by Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson

“Replacing Darwin Made Simple” is the updated, shortened, and simplified version of Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson’s earlier work, “Replacing Darwin”.

It’s just as bad. I promise. Really, really bad.

Other jeanson stuff:

Replacing Darwin review:

Testing Jeanson’s predictions:

Created heterozygosity:

“Recent” mitochondrial Eve:

Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson thinks you’re stupid:

This is just a hobby for me, but if you appreciate what I’m doing and want to say thank you, you can contribute here:

If you disagree with anything in this video and want an opportunity to make your case, email me: [email protected]. I’ll give you as much time as you want, and then I’ll take the time I want to respond, and we can have a conversation.


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17 thoughts on “Book Review: "Replacing Darwin Made Simple" by Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson
  1. Something I thought of, considering the ability of aquatic creatures to survive the flood, is that a huge number of sea creatures have habitats, they have certain areas they live, they don't just go anywhere and everywhere.
    Creatures that lived in shallow waters would be under deep water during the flood, would they survive the pressure change? Would the things they feed on survive the pressure change?
    Plants that lived in shallow waters then die, and the creatures that feed on those plants then die, and it just goes on and on up the list. The idea that aquatic creatures just survive because they're already living in water is an idea they have put zero thought into. Even the idea that the flood put the remains of sea creatures on the tops of mountains makes no sense because most of them, being types of shellfish, travel with currents or move along the sea floor and wouldn't have survived long enough to climb the mountains.

  2. I absolutely love your videos. I grew up as a young earth creationist and grew out of my religion later in life. However, I was sent to a private christian school that vastly indoctrinated me and only taught me "creation theory" (hurts to even say it), and I had to learn about evolution on my own after school. Your videos are so well done, and so insightful and have been fantastic for me to learn even more and are fascinating. Keep up the good fight.

  3. Regarding 21:50, there were five major ice ages in earth history: 2 in the Precambrian, one in the Ordovician, one in the Carboniferous, and one in the Pleistocene. YECs only accept the Pleistocene, and reject the others as misidentified mudslide deposits, which can look superficially similar to glacial rocks. However, geologist Kevin Henke has refuted these claims thoroughly:

    The ancient ice ages are some of the best evidence against Flood Geology, as you don’t get glaciers in a flood.

  4. At 20:44, of course 4,500 years ago is about 200 years after the beginning of the Old Kingdom and it's not as if Egyptian history started at that point. However you look at it there are people whose names we know who apparently survived the flood without being on the Ark.

  5. Thank you Dr Dan for doing these videos. 1. For taking the time to do them and 2 . for giving us all a place to refer creationists to who bring up the Darwin made simple book!
    The more that people can be shown how wrong the claims and assertions of creationists are, the more likely it is for them to actually start thinking for themselves. Wishful thinking on my part, I know, but with the internet there is hope that those who really want to look at both sides of anything can do so.

  6. Jeanson's book title makes a lot more sense when you remember that 'simple' used to mean "mentally deficient and underdeveloped".
    Replacing Darwin: I'm gonna make you a simpleton.

  7. You apologize so much for giving us more of the content we want. Why would we complain that you gave us three times what you had planned to?

  8. Oooh so there is at least 1 theory for the 6000 years ago figure… i want creationists to use all sorts of science to calculate the age of the earth, no goal in mind, and see what they get. No biblical genealogies allowed.

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