Christy, I am a self-taught philosopher concentrating on metaphysics and philosophy of mind, not a scientist. The subject of the origin of the species, emerges as a special case in which scientific evidence has been available (beginning with Darwin’s work) but it has not been correctly interpreted up to our time.
My argument is metaphysical, rather than scientific.
It is by inference that I have figured out “Natural Selection” is not in fact natural, and there is no biological evolution only biological development which obeys a genetically programmed Intelligent Design plan.
What is most interesting in the subject at hand, are the facts of “evolutionary” biology being facts of intelligent design provided you interpret the big picture scenario correctly.
Therefore I do not have a competing scientific theory that would prove “evolutionary” biology science wrong, what is wrong is the commonly accepted interpretation of such facts.
An important factor to successfully counter the commonly accepted interpretation (biological evolution) is to enter into metaphysical considerations with the purpose of reaching a deeper understanding of both existence and perception.
That has been my work in the last few years and it takes a metaphysician to reach deeper than what the scientific method is able to unveil particularly when interpretation of results must go beyond logic and math.
Did I respond to your post in a suitable manner, and do you still want to discuss?