Michael Mamas thinks so, and he has published his thesis in that world-class journal, the HuffPo. He claims to have figured out how biology and religion are actually talking about exactly the same thing…which is to say, they should both agree with his New Age bullshit.
You will not be surprised to learn that the underlying secret of all existence is vibrations.
Modern physicists agree that there is a unified field underlying all existence. Everything in the universe originates from the same one thing. The unified field births an infinitely coherent and sustaining matrix.
Imagine a sandbox. Now imagine running a powerful vibration through that sandbox. You will see a pattern emerging on the surface of the sand. The longer you run the vibration, the more refined and precise the pattern becomes.
Whether we believe they are an act of God or science, a similar set of vibrations run through all of existence. Those vibrations are ongoing, continually permeating all levels of existence with unlimited coherence and harmony. Those vibrations sustain all of existence at every point in creation. As those vibrations run through all of existence, they push biological systems to evolve in the direction of that vibration. It is just like grains of sand in a sandbox conforming to the structure in the vibrations being run through the sandbox.
Merging Darwin’s theory of natural selection with the unified field theory accounts for why there have been several examples of accelerated evolution throughout history. Where does that process end? The process culminates in a species that embodies the coherence, intelligence, harmony, and order inherent in the unified field itself. Think of the sandbox. You can keep running that vibration into the sandbox until ultimately a pattern on the surface of the sand becomes a full reflection of the intelligence in the vibration. The same is true for the process of the evolution of species.
One problem: that’s not how evolution works at all. Second problem: he’s also completely ignorant of how creationists think it works. Apparently, we’re all supposed to get together and sing kumbaya in the barren numptiness of Michael Mamas’ field of bullshit.
He’s also the founder of The Center for Rational Spirituality. It seems to be a standard career path: wander around sampling westernized versions of eastern religions, settle down with a pointless “institute” of your own invention, appoint yourself a “thought leader”, and babble stupidly about vibrations. Then, profit!