How many of us know the Darwin’s theory of evolution? Probably everyone who has studied basic sciences. Who we are and what other species are today is a result of natural selection, as Darwin’s theory claims. Darwin’s theory, however, is limited by the fact that it took account of the factors affecting only terrestrial life. However, evolution is not only confined to Earth’s territories. It is present in extraterrestrial bodies as well, which means existing matter and structural components are undergoing subsequent gradual and episodic changes giving rise to new planets, new stars, new galaxies along with the life on Earth. It is not just biological evolution which is taking place on Earth for millennia. There is also an ASTRO-biological evolution which exists and will flower on other heavenly bodies – planets and moons – in the cosmic space in due course of time on Cosmic Time Scale or Cosmic Standard Time (CST). Researchers, scientists, philosophers and everyone interested in knowing a new theory of evolution will find the same in an exciting work of Prof. Vir Singh. The new fascinating and mind-boggling theory of the Astro-biological evolution titled “Fertilizing the Universe: A New Chapter of Unfolding Evolution” is being released from London on March 1.
Vir Singh, the author and a professor of environmental science at G.B. Pant University, Pantnagar in Uttarakhand has made brilliant efforts to bring us the new perception of human vision relating to cosmic evolution. He has given lot of time measured in more than a decade to conceptualize and synthesize an absolutely new theory about the cosmic evolution. “The evolution is essentially cosmic in nature,” says Prof. Vir Singh. “Darwin’s much acclaimed theory of biological evolution serves no more than alienating the Earth from the Universe. As if life is an attribute of itself, not that of the Universe! As if evolution ends up on Earth itself! As if the Universe is dispensable for the life and for the Living Earth!”
Darwin’s theory of biological evolution was just analytical, while Vir Singh’s theory is both evolutionary and revolutionary and has a far-reaching implications for creating new extraterrestrial worlds. It has its roots in the Earth and canopies in the sky. Darwin’s theory did not link up living species with their environment and non-terrestrial factors, whereas Vir Singh’s theory is woven around all-pervading cosmic factors and benevolent elements of the Earth. “The evolution cannot be sliced as Darwin attempted to do,” he argues. “It is holistic in itself. It is all-pervading. It is a universal law. Nothing in this universe can elude or evade evolution. Evolution of an individual, of whole life, and of whole universe goes on on a single axis.”
One of the most interesting aspects of “Fertilizing the Universe” theory is that it calls for new socio-ecological orders, like lumenarchy (rule of light), lumenosophy (philosophy of light), ecological integrity, ecological age, cosmocracy (rather than democracy), and stupendously attempts to empower and cosmolize human beings proclaiming them all-pervading (not just terrestrial beings), like light, evolution and time.
This is the time that we accommodate new wisdom in our existing information about the new theory of evolution. Professor Henryk Skolimowski, the Father of Eco-philosophy, had written a Foreword for Vir Singh’s theory before it went to press, in which he writes: “It is original, deep and even profound. Its range is astonishing. Vir’s invention of a new philosophy called “Fertilizing the Universe” is a new realm of human enquiry.”
Now when this unique theory is being presented to the world, Skolimowski is no more in this world to see his disciple transcending Darwin’s epochal theory which has been ruling over human mind for nearly two centuries.
(The author is a humanitarian who happens to be a research scholar adept in the discipline of food and nutrition, climate change and disaster management.)
Friday, 12 April 2019 | Dr. Pushpa Dhami| Spiritual
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