Consider one of the simplest kinds of homeostasis — just one part of the regulation of sugar metabolism in E coli.
It includes a comprehensive scientific critique of Darwinian evolution, three chapters arguing against common descent, and four chapters about human origins.
Richard Buggs, Reader at Queen Mary University of London, is a well-respected geneticist, with numerous papers published in molecular ecology, genomics, and molecular evolution.
If Turner is right, the clockwork, mechanistic, DNA-centric model may have met its match.
One of the claims Dennis Venema makes in his book is that the effective population size of our last common ancestor with chimps has never been fewer than 10,000.