Burgess: Claims of “Poor Design” in Skeletal Joints Are Based on Critics’ Lack of Training in Engineering
Burgess’s lecture confronts one of the most common abuses of science aimed at suppressing the evidence for design in biology.
Does Gold Have a Purpose? Science Hints at Answers
A gold rush makes sense. But a copper rush? Not so much. And yet, perhaps there is more to gold than aesthetics.
Darwinists easily obtain a global microphone to rant against intelligent design, while ID advocates silently gain adherents. Is it a sign of desperation?
What Triggered a Biology Journal to Demand Government Censorship of Intelligent Design
The article is like a thermometer measuring a fever among evolutionists.
Pseudogenes Are Going the Way of Darwin’s “Rudimentary Organs”
Long described as useless leftovers of evolution, pseudogenes are rising from the junk pile as functional entities.