Why Epigenetics Contradicts Evolutionary Theory
Epigenetic mechanisms are ubiquitous in biology. Because of epigenetics, organisms with otherwise identical genes (e.g., twins) can be quite different.
Complex Programmed Behaviors — Intelligently Designed
Some discriminators don’t get us very far in deciding which is the better explanation between blind evolution and intelligent design.
Studies on Cichlid Fish Demonstrate the Predictive Power of Engineering Models for Adaptation
Cichlid variation do not primarily originate from random mutations but from engineered systems.
Darwin’s Theory of Natural Selection Has Left a Legacy of Confusion over Biological Adaptation
Our ability to adapt to fantastically diverse circumstances did not result from the happenstance of environmental conditions.
Engineering Better Explains Adaptation than Evolutionary Theory
The genetic variation in any species is confined to a limited set of variables such as a finch beak’s thickness.