Example - Proposed
2004 Textbooks Continue to Propagate the Fraud
of Haeckel’s Embryos and Embryonic
saga of the “Haeckel” embryos continues.
Briefly, a German embryologist name
Ernst Haeckel, overzealous in trying to
support Charles Darwin in the late 1800’s,
published what he said were drawings of
Fig. 1 - Haeckel, 1874 (top) – Starr & Taggart, proposed 2004 (middle) - Raver, proposed 2004 (lower) [both 2004 are in color in the books]
While some publishers have made
substantial improvements from prior years’
editions, this fully debunked idea of “embryonic
“ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny” stems
essentially from drawings originally
constructed by Haeckel in the late 1800's.
He originally posited that as embryos
develop in the womb or egg, they essentially
retraced their supposed evolutionary history.
that in the late 1800’s, embryologists were
already aware of the faked drawings, and
openly accused Haeckel of scientific fraud.
More recently, embryologists have
discovered that the idea of embryonic
recapitulation is also untrue.
Yet, Darwinian thought police still
maintain that it is OK to use embryos in the
To quote Harvard’s late
atheist-Marxist-evolutionist Stephen J. Gould,
perhaps one of the most outspoken proponents
of the ‘punctuated equilibrium’ flavor of
evolution until his recent death, said:
do, I think, have the right to be both
astonished and ashamed by the century
of mindless recycling that has led to the
persistence of these drawings in a large
number, if not a majority, of modern
is not merely the faked drawings that are the
problem, but the whole concept of embryology
‘proving’ evolution that is wrong.
(Most publishers have NOT yet addressed
this, even if they have removed or changed Haeckel’s
short, it was a fraud that has been exposed by
further scientific research and scrutiny, and
yet continues in the school textbooks.
2 - From Biology Sixth Edition (2004,
proposed) by Raven and Johnson (color),
overlaid with Haeckel’s 1874 drawings (in
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The books that are approved will likely
be used in the