How P.Z. Myers’ “Incendiary Rhetoric” and “Class-War Claptrap” Shocks His Fellow Evolutionists (Prelude to a Rebuttal)
Personal attacks from PZ Myers are so uncivil that they have earned criticism from mainstream academics and writers who are pro-evolution.
Optimistic Optics: Scientific American Makes Bold Claims About the Origin of the Eye
Darwinists are going to have to do a lot better than this if they want to convince us of the plausibility of their model.
Revisiting Those Early Developmental Stages: A Response to PZ Myers
Myers claimed that the point of his talk was that recapitulation (in its Haeckelian sense) is incorrect. But to claim that this is what I was arguing against is to fundamentally misunderstand what I wrote.
The “Coyne” of the Realm: Gresham’s Law in Action
In Why Evolution is True Jerry Coyne, the evolutionary geneticist who purveys a blog by the same presumptuous name and darling of the Darwinian lobby, invokes biogeography in support of his misleading title. This article will explain why Coyne’s argument is erroneous, his apologetic odd, and the entire effort altogether unfortunate.
Colliding With the Pharyngula: My Encounter With PZ Myers
PZ Myers is another example of a growing band who deliberately plough ahead with their own agenda irrespective of the conclusions suggested by the evidence.