Bryan College prof defends 98% chimp-human DNA identity
The question isn’t whether Darwinism can “explain” this, but whether Darwinism is even relevant any more. It may have been relevant in the days of the Central Dogma, but … in the story about bacterial “spite” or long range planning among horses, Darwinism is only explaining itself – in increasingly bizarre ways.
These days, even creationists don’t care what they think as much as the tenured Darwin bores do.
If it’s really a criminal investigation, apologies will not settle the matter.
Darwinism is so self-referential now that it sheds light only on itself.
The tenured Darwin bore has no product and no consistent information to offer, and his studies are useless for any practical purpose – a fact he very much prefers to keep to himself.
This encouraging story from CBC News, “East Coast cod found to be recovering” (Jul 27, 2011), shows why ecology is a science and apocalypse isn’t.
Human evolution theories help people vent their inner anxieties. Period. That’s their big contribution to science. Or social work. Or therapy. Or something.
Global warming is especially attractive because it justifies hatred of unfashionable people.
Evolutionary psychology is just tenure for dimbos – which we can’t really afford any more.
Previously , I argued that not only may a universe with infinite probabilistic resources undermine ID, it will definitely undermines science. Science operates by fitting models to data using statistical hypothesis testing with an assumption of regularity between the past, present, and future. However, given the possible permutations of physical histories, the majority are mostly Read More…
Here. NASA satellite data from the years 2000 through 2011 show the Earth’s atmosphere is allowing far more heat to be released into space than alarmist computer models have predicted, reports a new study in the peer-reviewed science journal Remote Sensing. The study indicates far less future global warming will occur than United Nations computer Read More…
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After analysing the traits present in Xiaotingia and its relations, Xu and his colleagues are suggesting that the creatures bear more resemblance to the dinosaurs Velociraptor and Microraptor than to early birds, and so belong in the dinosaur group Deinonychosauria rather than in the bird group, Avialae. Many features led the team to this decision, Read More…
In “Are We Alone In the Universe? New Analysis Says Maybe” (LiveScience, 25 July 2011) Natalie Wolchover reports Scientists engaged in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) work under the assumption that there is, in fact, intelligent life out there to be found. A new analysis may crush their optimism. Hey, Wolchover, have faith! they’ve Read More…