What? Is the world so far forsaking Darwin that we have entirely forgotten why the Neanderthals were originally thought to be inferior?
Good news: No one has so far suggested that the simple explanation is that they are left over from the universe that predated this one.
Because they already know it and most often for that reason don’t believe it.
Oh, by the way, this form of evolution does not turn a cob of corn into a monkey face orchid.
If there are “no special requirements for a star to host a planet with life” (= any old fireball will do), where ARE all those space aliens anyway?
Evolution is a fact, but what kind of fact? To answer this question one must listen to the evolutionists. In his recentdebate versus Paul Nelson, Joel Velasco gave a nonstop version of Darwin’s one-long argument that, once again, makes clear what kind of fact evolution is. Velasco gave a rapid-fire rundown of the scientific misrepresentation, logical […]
Maybe Darwinian evolution is just not a good enough theory to justify all that has been done in its name.
Actually these types of problems have been around for quite a while but everyone who finds a piece of them walks the plank, so …
New genes might be as important a factor in evolution as gene duplication.
One reason I’ve hammered the 500 fair coin illustration and the law of large numbers is that it illustrates how to use the binomial distribution to reject chance as a mechanism. In certain contexts, the law of large numbers is much easier to use than the more generalized design detection methods discussed here. When looking […]
The difficulty is that in a world where nature may or may not co-operate with the “correct” results, the problems may well lie deeper than the intended reforms.
Occasionally evolutionary biology tries to inform chemical theories, but given the shaky foundation of certain evolutionary claims, maybe this isn’t a good idea. Years ago, in a debate, an evolutionist said something to the effect, “Sal you’re clueless, transition mutations happen 10 times more frequently than transversion mutations.” I’m sorry now I took that evolutionist’s […]
We’ll know Darwin’s influence is waning when no one wastes word count in journals speculating on how it all just sort of happened
Stories like this rely, among other things, on a reader group that knows the Darwinian terms of art like “reproductive fitness.” And not much else.
Oldest known flying reptile