Author: Michael Denton
NASA’s Parker Probe Kisses the Sun — And Rightly So
It’s thanks only to the fine-tuning of the laws and constants of nature that we live in a universe awash in radiation from this tiny swath of the electromagnetic spectrum — the life-permitting swath.
Genetic Similarities Between Fins and Limbs — Evidence for Evolution, Maybe, but Not for Darwinism
My assessment is this: There never were any transitional forms making both dermal bone and endochondral bone.
A Reasonable, but Incomplete, Account of How Humans Mastered Fire
The coincidences are so extraordinary that the inference to design is surely worthy of serious consideration.
On the Diversification of Fur, Feathers, and Scales, the Mystery Remains
Reporting in Science Advances, researchers studied a lizard, a bearded dragon, in which scales failed to develop.
Gegenbaur Revisited: Assessing the “Limbs from Gills” Scenario
New research seems to supports a notion first proposed more than a century ago by a great German morphologist.