Tag: annus horribilis
Life’s Origin — A “Mystery” Made Accessible
If you “listen to the experts,” or anyway some of the experts, cells are “little bags of garbage” and Miller-Urey is a “true simulation of prebiotic chemistry.”
A Note from the Canaries
Forced Darwinian orthodoxy was the first glimmer of a much larger project now gaining stride.
A Disappointing Decade for the Study of Human Evolution
Perhaps in ten years we’ll be having this conversation again — and perhaps at that time the Smithsonian Institution will give us all a more objective analysis of the evidence.
What, Another “Rewrite” of the Human Origins Story? How About a Rethink, Instead?
Sometimes predictions are not only fulfilled but over-fulfilled.
Human Origins: Out of Africa, or Out of Germany?
Major discoveries in paleoanthropology that have made 2017 a kind of annus horribilis for the established scientific consensus on human evolution.