Your “Botched Body”: Bad Design or Bad Logic?
Whenever a complex system of systems works at all, it seems counterproductive to attempt a “bad design” argument.
Marching for Evidence?
Imagine yourself as a graduate student doing research in one of the natural sciences.
Ontogenetic Depth — A Problem for Evolution That’s Not Going Away
Being unable to measure ontogenetic depth is not good news for evolutionary theory.
Updating the Drake Equation
The Drake equation is simply the product of a set of factors, estimating the number of active, technologically advanced, communicating civilizations in our galaxy.
The Law of Zero Magic
The mystique of evolutionism is the idea that natural selection explains everything. In fact, natural selection itself explains nothing.