We have recently been discussing a series of critical reviews of Science and Human Origins published by McBride on his blog Still Monkeys.
In his review of Science and Human Origins, Paul McBride wonders why I have not engaged the broader population genetics literature on human origins.
In a series of clever experiments, the researchers used native South Korean moths that employ camouflage when resting on their native habitat, pine trees.
A book that probes Lewis’s warnings about the dehumanizing impact of scientism on ethics, politics, faith, reason, and science itself.
A biochemist at the University of Toronto explains why he thinks it’s a smart tactic for Darwinists to respond to skeptics by taunting them with infantile insult terms.