Tag: Andrew McDiarmid
To Say the Least, Altruism Is Not an Easy Fit with Darwinism
Evolutionists have made some progress (they think) explaining such things with theories of group selection or kin selection.
Paleontologist Buries Another Proposed Cambrian Precursor
Günter Bechly explains why the Precambrian fossil Namacalathus fails as a transitional precursor to the Cambrian explosion.
Fine-Tuning in a Nutshell: No Problem
Though cosmic fine-tuning is often referred to as “the fine-tuning problem,” Robert Alston says it’s really no problem at all.
Optimized Insect Designs — via Evolution?
Cicadas and dragonflies use an exquisitely engineered “bed of nails” on their wings to disarm and neutralize bacteria.
Listen to Nature for Her Answers
Paul Nelson warns against the message from scientists who have suggested that testing is “overrated.”