New technology makes detailed study possible.
The field, as presently constituted, exists to keep out serious analysis, not further it. That won’t change any time soon.
Mutations are used to explain evolution but also cause cancer. Biologists have discovered conditions for multiple mutations. Can we therefore infer that evolution via mutations is more likely? or that enhanced mutations will cause faster species degradation and extinction? Biologists describe mechanism promoting multiple DNA mutations DNA mutations—long known to fuel cancer as well as Read More…
We must have parted company with Francisco Ayala and the no-Adam-or-Eve folks at BioLogos three stations ago.
Might Dawkins’ growing loss of popularity with his own base reduce the number of convert to Darwinian atheism?
Thompson: he’s exposed a rich vein of hypocrisy in the Left — and, more significantly, an intellectual rift between hard-line and multiculturalist atheists.
We have it on good authority that some naturalist atheists have abandoned their principles and are abjectly praying to the Retirement Fairy. 😉
Prediction: He won’t turn storytelling into a science, but he will turn it into a big fat bore.
Wells was among the first well-qualified persons to talk openly about the vast, rotting mass of received doctrine about origin of life and evolution.
You can buy the paper here from Elsevier.
Imagine that scientists discovered the best documentary evidence for God’s existence that anyone could possibly hope for: messages in the DNA of each and every human cell, saying “Made by Yahweh.” Imagine that a notorious New Atheist and a well-known Catholic philosopher are both asked by journalists what they make of this evidence. The New Read More…
Then one of Darwin’s defenders pipes up
One space science team tried measuring the impact on fossilized diatoms.
He has such difficulty calling the new “Shut up, they explained” culture what it is: Mediocrities with tenure, thugs in office, and cowards on the Board.
Cosmologist Sean Carroll would retire falsifiability as a science idea. Jason Rosenhouse dismisses Occam’s razor.