To Darwinians, people are just another species of animal. But when they invent models to try to explain how human animals evolve their behaviors, chaos ensues.
Dr. Spetner challenges the idea of convergent evolution and explains his non-random evolutionary hypothesis.
The adhesive properties of gecko toe pads, based on atomic van der Waals attraction, have been understood for years now.
Eric H. Anderson tells of Richard Dawkins’s glib assurances that the mystery of the origin of life is one not far from being solved.
What do scientists spend more time thinking about — sex, or the theory of intelligent design?