Molecular biologist Dan Graur mentioned his weird idea that guinea pigs are not rodents at a lecture at my university in Tübingen when I was still a student.
When animals give back more than they take, does that fit the model of selfishness that Darwinism promotes?
I do not know Dr. Merilä’s stance on human origins, but it is a safe bet that he denies intelligent design, and believes humans evolved from other animals.
Researchers in Scotland have shown that beavers, once considered by some as nuisances good only for their pelts, are actually great biodiversity engineers.
You could fill up a web publication’s daily coverage just with new wonders from the world of life. Would that be expected given Darwinian assumptions?