Understanding Ontogenetic Depth, Part I: Naming Versus Measuring
The theory of evolution by natural selection does not explain the origin of animal form, because natural selection cannot account for origin de novo of the developmental stages required to construct (i.e., evolve) animals.
The “Newspeak” of Evolutionary Biology Hopes to Banish the term “Design,” by Design
Some ID critics today are so fearful of lending any credence towards intelligent design that they are recommending that biologists stop using the word “design” entirely.
Intelligent Design & the Fear of Death
The other night my oldest son and I watched the 1922 silent horror film Nosferatu, an early cinematographic take on the Dracula story that includes many haunting images.
Who Misrepresented Who? A Response to John Farrell
When we find re-usage of parts in a way that cannot be explained by a phylogenetic tree and common descent, this is the sort of data we might expect under intelligent design.
Inconvenient Fungus Genetic Data Leads to Epicycles in the Tree of Life
Proponents of neo-Darwinian evolution have their modern day epicycles to attempt to explain why data often runs counter to the tree of life hypothesis.