Tag: Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
Michael Behe in World Magazine — “Game Over” for Darwinism
Behe was present at a “semi-secret” scientific gathering “whose theme was a specific controversial question: Did Darwinian evolution have any limitations?”
Harvard Biophysicist Howard Berg, Flagellum’s Discoverer, Lives On
More than any other scientist, he brought to light the intricate biophysics occurring at the molecular scale in living organisms.
Merry Christmas! #8 Story of 2020: Upstairs into the Plague
Epidemiology, to which Darwinism is a “narrative gloss,” is an old and vigorous science.
Upstairs into the Plague
Every stock boy or housekeeper or nurse is doing more to fight this pandemic than all the politicians and talking-head science grifters and tenure-track professors.
Cosmos 3.0 Revisits Themes of the Past, with Familiar Historical Mythmaking
At a couple of points in episode 1, Neil deGrasse Tyson employs the “Book of Nature” metaphor, but he never gives its proper historical context. It’s actually a Christian concept.