Author: Emily Reeves
Just How Well Does That Cherry-Picked Data Fit an Evolutionary Tree?
The tree-like pattern from the dataset was not very strong. Of course, if you shuffle it, it looks strong compared to randomness.
Why Their Separate Ancestry Model Is “Wildly Unrealistic”
On Monday, I will look at the consistency of the phylogenetically informative sites for the Baum et al. (2016) paper. Spoiler alert: It looks like design.
I Got Critiqued by YouTuber Gutsick Gibbon
Erika is pursuing her Master’s of Research in Primate Biology, Behavior and Conservation and is the creator of hundreds of punchy, entertaining YouTube videos.
Application of ID: Leveraging Design Triangulation to Anticipate Biological Redundancy
In previous posts, I’ve covered how neo-Darwinism can make biological redundancy more confusing than it should be.
No More Confusion: Three Categories of Biological Redundancy, Simplified
Rewriting the categories of biological redundancy in terms of function clarifies their purpose and contribution.