The Forbidden Stone of the Orinoco
The scientific community is not going to contradict the theory of evolution. It is too well established. To find alternatives people have to go to other sources. Although written to be enjoyed, science fiction has often been the precursor to real advances in science. In the theory found in chapter two of the Forbidden Stone of Orinoco you will find a comprehensive theory combining the origins of the earth, how life began and the process that led to where we are today. The theory also attempts to explain why humans walk upright, why men have nipples and why homosexuality exists.
It should be remembered that science is based on facts and the discovery of facts is often a long and difficult task. The author hopes that with advances in genetics, anthropology, abiogenesis and other related fields, that a comprehensive theory of life on earth, such as the one advanced in this book, may some day be proven.
The book is based on the adventures of Gaylord Snopes. Although a person with a very creative mind, Snopes was a well renowned goof-up who reluctantly became part of a 1954 secret expedition to South America. His poor judgment, at a critical time, led to a series of events that is the basis for this story of exploration, discovery, chaos and disaster. You will enjoy his many inventions, some noteworthy, while others totally ridiculous. His romantic encounters, and other hilarious adventures, make this novel not only thought provoking, but great fun to read.