In his provocative new book Purpose and Desire, J. Scott Turner tells the story about the Christmas pony.
To the weaponized epithets “anti-science,” “science denial,” and the rest, you can now add “un-American” as a putdown for ideas in a scientific context that you don’t like.
This from Nature Reviews Chemistry caught our eye – an unexpectedly candid admission of how far origin-of-life research is from shedding real light on its subject.
Patients missing large parts of their brain tissue can lead normal lives because the material, the tissue, is not all there is to us.
The conversation is more personal than you might expect.
They are yet another evolutionary icon that Jonathan Wells, perhaps in his next book, could handily leash and take for a walk.
Evolution needs to associate itself with something factual, whereas gravity has no such need.
Darwinism is quite a theory. Everything and anything confirms it.
“I believe that intelligence may play a role in how evolution has occurred.”
The latest biologist to come out swinging at Darwinism, Dr. Turner is not a proponent of intelligent design.