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African American medical anthropologist to release Engenetics Paper detailing scientific experiment that supports Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution

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Engenetics: The Science of Species

Santa Cruz, CA (BlackNews.com) — Santa Cruz-based Medical Anthropologist, Kofi Busia, will release the ENGENETICS PAPER online at www.engenetics.net. This highly anticipated report details a scientific experiment that Busia’s team conducted resulting in a model to support Charles Darwin’s theory of Evolution.

Throughout the years, innovative scientists, biologists, sociologists and anthropologists have developed life changing theories and each was ultimately either supported or proved unachievable with a successful model. James Watt developed the steam engine but the Industrial Revolution only took off after Sadi Carnot provided a model. Karl Marx had a theory to improve working class conditions but Nobel Prize Winner, Paul Samuelson developed a model that proved Marx’s theory would fail.

Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, “Natural Selection,” was presented in 1859 in his publication On the Origin of Species. When Darwin proposed his theory, he did not offer a sound model (in the strict mathematical sense) to support his observations. Because of this deficiency, his theory has been attacked from the beginning and debate about the mechanisms of evolution continue to this day.

As a Medical Anthropologist, Busia’s focus began with the social aspects of disease – how disease is defined, how it fits into society’s overall ethos, how and whether treatment is approached, etc. A desire to unify the practical, theoretical, and psychological aspects of biology, society, health, mind, body and development led to an internationally renowned career in the teaching and philosophy of yoga where questions of death and dying, and medical ethics in general, led to a particular interest and research in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Examining what “life” is, how it is defined, and how it is approached, of course, involves biology. And, in his pursuit to find a way to determine what made biological organisms what they are, Busia proved that all biological entities both on this planet and any yet to be discovered are subject to Darwinian evolution.

The ENGENETICS PAPER outlines Busia’s findings in detail, describing his Brassica Rapa experiment and the resulting data and values; Busia reveals the simple premises behind the model at the basis of Engentics and his derived four laws of biology and four maxims of ecology. The social implications of Busia’s findings are monumental.

All are invited to visit www.engenetics.net for further information.

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