Dynamic Evolution offers a comprehensive challenge to the Darwinian premise that the diversity of life is explained solely by the natural selection and survival of the fittest. It will become apparent from a complete study of this work that the principle of the selection of strong functions/properties of life and living organisms, whilst providing a partial fit and a compelling argument, falls under the shadow of the complete picture provided by Dynamic Evolution. Just as a large multi-piece mosaic can appear quite beautiful and coherent, even when some of the pieces do not quite make the right fit (they "look almost right"; the emergent patterns can still be impressive and instructive), the picture they present seems to lack too many pieces to provide a complete picture. If the saying "a picture paints a thousand words" is true, then this picture would have too many incomplete or missing sentences. A comparison with the more accurate paradigm, with the pieces in elegant continuity exhibiting many contiguous patterns, presents a more attractive arrangement and a more influential argument.
The picture presented by Darwin's theory therefore exhibits many non-contiguous patterns, not to say a good many missing pieces. Recent scientific advances and findings in fields such as human biology, quantum mechanics, anthropology, and archaeology, have opened up new lines of theory, closed some doors on long-standing theories, and left many other questions unanswered.
This work endeavors to demonstrate that Dynamic Evolution, by virtue of the coercive argumentation used and the fecundity and uniformity of the inter-connected principles covered, provides a greater number of "correctly fitting pieces" of the proverbial mosaic. Indeed, the challenge that this work presents is for the reader to find pieces that cannot be made to fit, or to point out patterns that are inconsistent and can be demonstrated to have a better fit. If a small number of "patterns" are found to require a better fit, then modification of the theory is required. If a large number of patterns are found to require a better fit, then it may be time to abandon the theory. That said, Dynamic Evolution is concerned less with theory than with available scientific data. Its strengths lie in assembling these facts into a logical arrangement that assists in highlighting advanced principles not available from a study of the Darwinian model.
Using its multiscalar approach, this work succeeds in securing the logical, legitimate place of a given argument within the framework of the Dynamic Model by its proximity and cognation to other verified, closely-related or cross-referenced studies which, by contextual validation, reinforce the consistency of the foundation for the intellectual acceptance of that argument.
The above explanation is in good company. Einstein once wrote:
"I want to know how God created this world. I am not interested in this or that phenomenon, in the spectrum of this or that element. I want to know His thoughts, the rest are details."