Tag: Artificial Selection
In Artificial and Biological Neural Networks, Intelligent Design Is Undeniable
Someday evolutionists might connect the dots. Right now, even simple nerve nets in jellyfish and hydra are remarkably well designed for what they do.
Top Scientific Problems with Evolution: Natural Selection
When the drought ended and the rains returned, however, food was plentiful, and the average beak size returned to normal.
NYU Scientists Confuse Artificial Selection with Darwinism
It should be obvious: if you are controlling the mutations and selecting the outcomes, you are not doing Darwinism.
Darwin and Race: Three Strikes, He’s Out
February is Black History Month, and this week, Friday, February 12, is Darwin Day — the birthday of Charles Darwin.
Darwinism as Hegelian Dialectics Applied to Biology
Nineteenth-century Darwinism was much more than a revolutionary scientific theory.