Author: Denyse O'Leary
Horizontal Gene Transfer: Sorry, Darwin, It’s Not Your Evolution Any More
Anything HGT does, Darwinian evolution did not do.
Evolution Appears to Converge on Goals — But in Darwinian Terms, Is That Possible?
Kangaroos are marsupial mammals, not placentals. Yet their genes are close to humans.
The Fossils Speak, but Hardly with One Voice
University of Chicago biochemist James Shapiro, not a design theorist, offers four kinds of rapid, evolutionary change that Darwin “could not have imagined.”
A New Series: Talk to the Fossils
A while back, I started a series here called “Science Fictions” that I began by asking a simple question.
Imagine a World of Religions that Naturalism Might Indeed Be Able to Explain
Cognitive scientist Steven Pinker recently told CNN, “We don’t throw virgins into volcanoes any more.” No? Why not?