The Book at Ex Nihilo offers Science a New Cookbook for the Universe through Intelligent Design of Evolution.

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The Intelligent Design in Evolution, as explained in The Book of Ex Nihilo, is the result of research and the inevitable questions raised but never fully answered by major scientific discoveries.

The Intelligent Design in Evolution, as explained in The Book of Ex Nihilo, is the result of research and the inevitable questions raised but never fully answered by major scientific discoveries. Consider for example:

Charles Darwin explained a concept of evolution that dealt with natural order. In retrospect, when consistently confronted by observations of symmetry, I had looked for 'Scientific Laws of Natural Order', but had found nothing that could explain the actual Natural Order behind things; in other words, the Order within Perceived Chaos.

Johannes Kepler did astounding work in not only discovering the elliptical orbits in our solar system, but also providing laws and formulas to describe these occurrences. But imagine if Kepler could have used a Hubble Telescope instead to see a Spiral Galaxy the way we can. Realizing that perhaps the elliptical pattern of solar orbits is a response when our Sun is swept as a Speck within a Spiral of a Galaxy, his laws could have been far more reaching.

When Dr. Albert Einstein broke the time barrier this enabled the existence of the Natural Order to be expressed within a context of time. Although Relativity was intended for time that was invariant, by virtue of context, time likewise must be viewed as a variant.

The Book of Ex Nihilo expands on these Scientists’ discoveries and adds new discoveries on the Evolution of the Order of things. The fundamental core of the Book of Ex Nihilo is the Relational Framework for Evolution in chapter one. In terms of the mechanics of this Natural Order, The Book of Ex Nihilo addresses the Evolution of Form from its most fundamental expression through what is defined as Pragmatic Scientific Laws. Most scientific laws speak of a ‘What' , and the 'What' is explained mathematically. Newton’s Gravity is an example. Sometimes you might get a 'How', but generally never a 'Why'. Now consider if you have a 'What, How, and Why' for a scientific view of things : this would be similar to having length, width and depth to a dimension of a Phenomena, in contrast to being limited to only observing the "What', or viewing a single dimensional line. Science today like its origin, religion is mostly linear in view. The Spatial Dimension for the foundation of scientific laws in the Book of Ex Nihilo is based on the Relational Framework for Evolution of those laws.

By the author, Orion Karl Daley.

Currently the book can be reviewed by publishers and educational users, such as students, teachers and scientists online at http://www.deltaphenomenon.org.

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