In 2012 at a scientific conference I met a Swedish population geneticist named Ola Hössjer.
The New York Times was quick to minimize the significance of the discovery.
The business about knocking us down from a pedestal is based on a false premise.
As biologist Michael Denton explains, evolutionary theory chokes on what is non-adaptive or “beyond-adaptive.”
Language is the tool by which we think abstractly. It is sui generis. It is a gift, a window into the human soul.
Multiple recent studies consider how man acquired fire and the impact that had on human history.
A pre-human hominin population of roughly 10,000 individuals is thought to have evolved into modern man, in less than six million years.
The coincidences are so extraordinary that the inference to design is surely worthy of serious consideration.
A case study in science media hype.
Are not such harmful, shared mutations analogous to identical typos in the term papers handed in by different students?