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The evolution of living species.
A new hypothesis named 'Evolutive Plasticism'.
The ‘Evolutive Plasticism’ is a new hypothesis on the evolution of living species that has been proposed, in 2009, by dr. Pellegrino De Rosa (italian agronomist, journalist and writer).
This new hypothesis does not accept the Darwinian theory, and, recalling the pantheistic monism of Giordano Bruno, proposes it as a third way between the opposing positions of creationists and evolutionists.
It suggests that evolution is caused by the ideoplastic force of the psyche of the parents on their germ cells.
It also suggests that the mechanism of fixation of mutations is of quantum type (bio-entanglement, Bohm's holographic paradigm, tunneling, quantum coherence and decoherence, wave function collapse).
It is based on some naturalistic observations. In particular, the observation of mimetic insects (Phasmatodea) and fast-mimetic animals (Sepiidae).
It also refers to its observations by Pribram and Penrose, the alleged holographic memory of transplanted organs, the vegetable neurobiology, the collective mind of the social insects and the alleged plastic capacity of intention.
This introductory essay, boasts of the preface of Prof. Pellegrino Conte, University of Palermo (Italy). The hypothesis called ‘Evolutive Plasticism’ has been presented for the first time in the novel ‘Leggendo una foglia’ (2009 – Gruppo editoriale L’Espresso - Roma. Dep. SIAE Olaf. 2009001816-2009005213), then in the techo-thriller ‘Metamorfer. La gemma di Darwin’ (Simple Edizioni - ISBN: 978-88-6259-399-1), and finally, in the essay ‘Evolutive Plasticism’ (Simple Edizioni - ISBN: 978-88-6259-416-5). All right reserved (2009 - Pellegrino De Rosa).