Anything that Simon Conway Morris puts his name on is of immediate interest, but this would seem to evade the most fascinating question of all in life’s history.
Tom Krattenmaker of Yale Divinity School spots what he sees as good news.
Recent findings show cellular machinery using pushes, pulls, and even electrical forces to accomplish physical work.
Maybe evolution is just too complicated to model? Or maybe computer simulations have already provided a sufficient demonstration that evolution works as advertised?
Ever notice that some older people sleep less and sometimes more fitfully than younger people? Sure you did.
Marks’s new book, Introduction to Evolutionary Informatics, makes an important but esoteric-sounding field accessible to the general reader.
The fallibility of the scientific “consensus” is revealed in no humbler, more everyday form than chicken eggs.
In his provocative new book Purpose and Desire, J. Scott Turner tells the story about the Christmas pony.
This is the fourth installment of my ongoing conversation with theistic evolutionist Hans Vodder about my book Undeniable.
To the weaponized epithets “anti-science,” “science denial,” and the rest, you can now add “un-American” as a putdown for ideas in a scientific context that you don’t like.