Time Flies: Darwin on Trial Twenty Years Later
“Cuts like a knife through neo-Darwinist assumptions.” — Publishers Weekly
Putting Human/Chimp Genome Comparisons in a Meaningful Context
Knowing that ENV’s readers include many teachers and other educators, I thought I would offer a brief teaching idea, especially for those who have their students submit papers to SafeAssign or some similar plagiarism-detection software.
With a Startling Candor, Oxford Scientist Admits a Gaping Hole in Evolutionary Theory
This just in: A rather basic question fundamental to any evolutionary account of life’s development — how “genotypes generate phenotypes,” in other words how genes build an individual creature — remains totally obscure to science.
The Case of the Mysterious Hoatzin: Biogeography Fails Neo-Darwinism Again
What’s the evidence that primates, rodents, and lizards crossed oceans on rafts?
Why the “Onion Test” Fails as an Argument for “Junk DNA”
The so-called onion test, or indeed the “C-value enigma,” is predicated on unsupportable assumptions about the physiological effects of — and/or requirements for — larger genomes, many of which are contradicted by the scientific evidence.