When I wrote my book A Rat Is a Pig Is a Dog Is a Boy, I thought the animal rights movement was on the march.
The last day of the calendar year is a time of transition, and not least for the staff of Discovery Institute’s Center for Science & Culture.
With mixed sadness and excitement, I write this to announce that I am leaving Discovery Institute and moving on to a new adventure.
So far, Homo naledi reminds me of other hominin fossils whose “transitional” or “ancestral” status ultimately went belly up.
ID may be the most misunderstood scientific idea ever. That’s why we are delighted to unveil a 21-minute crystallization of its major argument.
“Is information being created when we snap a picture of Niagara Falls?”
In Nature, Philip Ball acknowledges an “anxiety that admitting any uncertainty about the mechanisms of evolution will be exploited.”
The “Game of Life” is a computer simulation that’s meant to mimic living systems.
Even simple little worms have A/P and D/V axes, but how those axes get specified during development is far from simple.
Before evolving new features, organisms would be swamped by genetic junk.