CSC Fellow Cornelius Hunter has another great piece explaining the problems science writer John Farrell has when reviewing Jonathan Wells’ The Myth of Junk DNA.
CSC Fellow Cornelius Hunter gives us the big picture view of the recent dustup with John Farrell at Forbes as “an interesting example of how evolutionary thinking is handed down and disseminated.”
Is exoplanet Gliese 581d habitable? We ask an expert, astronomer Guillermo Gonzalez.
. . . though you have to wade through a few pages on young-earth creationism, global warming, and the “humiliating” rejection of consensus science by the evangelical community (also noted in his subheading for being “intellectually impoverished).
Tuesday night biologist Jonathan Wells gave a talk on his brand-new book, The Myth of Junk DNA, at the EMP’s JBL Theater in Seattle.