The Indiana University evolutionary biologist is an often-scathing critic of the abuse of natural selection in biological explanation.
Last week, I hit the road for Ankara, Turkey, to participate in the 3rd International Congress on Evolution Under Scrutiny.
The distinguished evolutionary biologist’s solution fails, but its failure is instructive, because it reinforces our main point.
Recently, both Jerry Coyne and P.Z. Myers posted criticisms of the new video from Discovery Institute, “How to Build a Worm.” Quelle surprise, they didn’t like it.
A few points relevant to the new release, “How to Build a Worm,” from Discovery Institute.
Neo-Darwinian theory has never explained the origin of animal development.
If PZ Myers hadn’t designated April 7 "Paul Nelson Day" a few years ago, I’d never have learned just how intractable the problem of animal macroevolution would turn out to be.
A couple of days ago, I returned from the inaugural congress of the Sociedade Brasileira do Design Inteligente.
A student in David Barash’s class might feel a bit like David facing Goliath — even though Goliath, in this case, happens to be named David.
After reading my article about MN, a correspondent wrote and asked a good question.