Something they possibly wouldn’t have done if the US had a viable space program as opposed to airy fairy theories about the multiverse.
But why are we surprised? Actually, almost everyone will eat the salad plate if meat is not served on Friday.
So either it is a fluke that happened a lot of times in different ways or a fluke that happened almost never.
They don’t think, but something seems to be doing their thinking for them. Not natural selection acting on random mutation because they evidently choose to avoid it.
Electric organs in fish have challenged evolution ever since Darwin and a new study published today peered even deeper into the problem, down to the genetic level. First let’s see what Darwin had to say (from the section entitled “Special Difficulties of the Theory of Natural Selection,” pages 150-1 of the Sixth Edition of the Origin of Species): Read More…
= Why the space aliens haven’t called back. A zillion reasons. Every theorist, a different reason.
As a general rule, evolutionists never allow their own ideas to be exposed to the criteria they are using to criticize the other guy. To wit, while Greg Dawesfinds there to be all kinds of problems with appeals to divine agents, including the fact that we really can’t predict what Read more
New Scientist riffs again on the theme that maybe the solution to our problems is that the universe is not equally proportioned everywhere we look
Or so some say. The flies themselves have never had anything to say.
If you understand the question, you know the answer.
A friend notes that they don’t explain how Darwin tried to slip away from the implications of the convergence, and kindly offers some selections
Researchers: “reefs date to as far back as about 548 million years ago, some seven million years earlier than previously estimated.”
Tiktaalik may well have died out leaving no descendants. We could be descendants of an as-yet-unfound creature that used these body parts quite differently from Tiktaalik.
“Science,” as in pop science mags, is often just “voodoo” spelled a different way.
It is good to see that philosophers such as Greg Dawes understand thatDarwin “argued for his theory by contrasting it with the idea of special creation” which he found to be “utterly puzzling.” But on the same page the University of Otago professor states that the modern sciences are naturalistic as they make no reference to Read More…