One could listen to this person without enforced interest.
Can you imagine as typical mainstream news medium questioning Darwin? They can question Einstein, not Darwin. And doesn’t that tell you loads about the current debacle?
Smashing something against a rock is enterprising, but does not constitute using a tool.
Richard Dawkins’ The Greatest Show on Earth hopes to convey and document some of the evidence which compels him to embrace a Darwinian perspective on origins. Dawkins is also author of The God Delusion and probably today’s best known Darwinian apologist. Dawkins, in his 2009 book, The Greatest Show on Earth, lives up to his Read More…
And it’s still a big issue today, amazingly enough, in the discussion of design in nature.
UD News staff are all veterans of many mid-life cancer funerals. Go ahead, Telic: Blow the cancer to hell.
Except it only really tells you about the pathologies of Darwinists. Sad one.
The scope will be broad, giving the interested attendee a glimpse of epigenetics at both the molecular as well as the organism level.
As one blogger put it, this is just Dawkin’s Weasel program all over again–comparing a partially completed solution to the final solution, and modifying only the parts that are wrong. Not a very random way of using those monkeys at all! Imagine taking an MedCat exam where the professor told you which multiple choice problems Read More…
Karl Giberson is the last man alive, according to his own testimony, who really, truly believes in peer review. Give the man credit for a lot of faith.
The principal elite belief, throughout human history, is “There are too many rabble and they’re ruining everything.” Elites are always generous about what constitutes evidence in favour of that view.
It’s nice that we don’t currently have the least idea whether Dr. Samuel thinks, BioLogos-style, “God would have/wouldn’t have done it that way.”
“Yet, according to modern physics, the very idea of an edge of the universe is incoherent.”
Rae isn’t convinced that this Deutsch fix – or others – resolve the problems, and is put off by the book’s dogmatic tone.
If Tsagas’ theory is correct, it would rid cosmology of its biggest headache, dark energy, …