“I now intend to pursue these questions at the master’s and doctoral level.”
Think of it. People go to a zoo to stand in awe at the wonder of life in its many forms.
The perfection of a feather extends all the way from its outward shape down to the arrangement of particular molecules used in its construction.
“This experience allowed me to return to graduate school for one week. Wow! Thank you SO MUCH!”
A new episode of ID the Future is quite relevant to the fish-to-man question I wrote about earlier today.
Molecular biologist Doug Axe tweets, “Evolutionary reasoning is all about storytelling. Hard to tell stories without invoking purpose.”
Darwinism is more “absolutist” and closed to discussion than ever.
“The discussions we had both during classroom sessions and after hours were quite honestly some of the most thought-provoking conversations I have ever had.”
Dr. Nelson will ask why a bacterial cell subjected to sterilizing sonication — or death by sound — will never come back to life. Ever.
In Zombie Science, coming in April, biologist Jonathan Wells updates his 2000 book Icons of Evolution by documenting and deconstructing six all-new icons.