Dr. Seung-Yop Lee’s reading of Jonathan Wells’s new book, Zombie Science: More Icons of Evolution, precipitated the comments.
Does anything in nature achieve perfection? Yes, say Japanese researchers looking at an amazing molecular machine in a “primitive” life form.
A friend asks if this phenomenon is an example of Lamarckism.
It makes my head hurt.
Our friends at The Stream were kind enough to adapt some of what I’ve written here on Bill Nye, Oskar Schindler, and the notion of “extra people.”
Of all the new icons that Jonathan Wells discusses, including cancer, the appendix, and walking whales, my sentimental favorite must be the human tail.
Surely no objective scientist would find evidence for evolution in nature’s echolocation designs. Would they?
Dr. Wells examines widespread falsehoods that evolutionists use to sway, and fool, the rest of us.
Some organisms cause harm, but are well designed nonetheless. That’s all intelligent design can say.
Darwin’s theory injected its deeply flawed science into biology, but it did not stop there.