Kenneth R. Miller challenges critics of Darwinism to explain why we find “one organism after another in places and in sequences… that clearly give the appearance of evolution.”
Responding to ENCODE, a few Darwinists have lit up the blogosphere with angry denunciations.
The nastiest attack on Alfred Wegener came from one of the chief architects of neo-Darwinism.
An example of how a preoccupation with evolutionary theory can divert attention from some of the most interesting aspects of heredity and development.
British biologists dust off a moth-eaten myth: that peppered moths prove Darwinian evolution.
“I’m right, and I don’t have to argue this point any more. Fossils. Fossils. Fossils. I win.”
Although DNA is involved in specifying the amino acid sequences of proteins, other sources of information are needed to specify the three-dimensional structure of the embryo.
Picture an Ouroboros, the alchemical symbol of a snake with its own tail in its mouth. Do you get the feeling that Darwinian “logic” is taking us nowhere?
Since I published The Myth of Junk DNA in May, there has been no response from the pro-Darwin authors I criticized in it. On September 23, 2011, however, John Farrell reviewed it for the Huffington Post.
On August 19, Gina Kolata reported in The New York Times that geneticists “have seen a dead gene come back to life and cause a disease.” According to Kolata, the human genome “is riddled with dead genes, fossils of a sort, dating back hundreds of thousands of years–the genome’s equivalent of an attic full of […]