In neo-Darwinianism’s house there are many mansions: so many, indeed, that if a certain awkward fact will not fit into one mansion, …
“with a talk entitled: The Quantum Theory of Knots.”
A religious explanation of altruism, not a genetic one, fits the facts.
” … even using their own assumptions, evolutionists are having a harder time against the facts.”
Meyer doesn’t grasp that Darwinism (his specialty, one gathers) is a classic illustration of precisely what Feyerabend was talking about: The descent of science into state-enforced nonsense.
“Although he is reputed as a critic of science, he is not. Feyerabend is critical not of science itself, but of false and misleading images of the sciences.”
“I’ve read that Steve Wozniak designed the Apple 1 because he could not afford the MITS Altair that he saw demonstrated at the Homebrew Computer Club.”
Firing the guy who says, “Well, those weren’t my results” eliminates further non-standard results. Thus consensus develops the apparent force of fact, without the substance.
“The posts on Retraction Watch show how wildly inconsistent retractions practices are from one journal to the next. “
“It’s unprecedented,” Blackburn says.
The chief obstacle to living on land is acquiring oxygen from the air, which has usually been done by developing lungs.
Explains anything you wondered about?
It hasn’t been a more fun time to be a theoretical physicist in a century, we’re betting.
Apparently, the defenders of the Piltdown Man fraud prevented a lot of good science along the decades-long way.
This is all useful for Christians to keep in mind when we hear Christian Darwinists claim we can be just as good Christians if we believe what Darwin believed about life.