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|July 2, 2015||Posted by News under Evolution, Evolutionary biology, Genetics, News|
Friends write to say that Darwinian evolutionary biologist (retired) William B. Provine has written a book , The “Random Genetic Drift” Fallacy (2014): Much of my life has been devoted to the history of population genetics. My early book was my Ph.D. thesis still in print: The Origins of Theoretical Populations Genetics (1971, 2nd edition, […]
|June 3, 2009||Posted by O'Leary under Darwinism, Intelligent Design|
Don’t be put off by the title, “The Life and Lies of Charles Darwin.” As I will describe in an upcoming review of a different book, the ol’ Brit toff told lots of stretchers during his career and deliberately misled people on many occasions.
|May 24, 2009||Posted by O'Leary under Intelligent Design|
The winner of the # 2 Question: “Why does Earth’s unique situation for science discovery threaten many?” is Bruce David. For a free copy of The Privileged Planet DVD, Bruce David needs to send a snail address to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. He will not be added to a mailing list. I do not have a […]
|February 16, 2009||Posted by Walter ReMine under Culture, Education, Intelligent Design, Philosophy, Science, The Design of Life|
Message Theory is a testable scientific explanation of life’s major patterns.
|November 23, 2008||Posted by O'Leary under Atheism, Intelligent Design|
Below are links to the Discovery Institute’s five podcasts of University of Colorado (Boulder) professor of the philosophy of physics Bradley Monton – who is an atheist – on why the universe might show evidence of design. Monton teamed up with another skeptic of religion, mathematician David Berlinski, against materialist atheist Lawrence Krauss and British […]
|August 1, 2008||Posted by Flannery under Biography, Biology, Darwinism, Intelligent Design|
Imagine if you will a rather pathetic little boy oppressed by a domineering father and overshadowed by older sisters assuming maternal roles that directed his every move. Under such conditions it’s not surprising that certain survival strategies would be employed by the boy to establish his place in the family pecking order. Thus it was, according […]