Tag: blind watchmaker
Even More Mammoth Devolution
The lesson from woolly mammoth studies, and many other ones, is that it is much faster and easier to break or blunt a gene than to improve or make a new one.
Biology as Engineering: The Way Forward
A giraffe grows from a zygote to an 18-foot-tall adult while keeping its organs and systems coordinated. Limits to variation is a significant point to clarify.
Axe: Why “No Free Lunch” for Darwin?
That there is a design to life is intuitive, but most of us, if challenged on it, would want to be able to defend our intuition persuasively.
Journal Prints “Intelligent Design”! But…
The phrase “intelligent design” is almost verboten in today’s science journals. Watch how an evolutionist got away with it — with the journal’s blessing.
Reality Check: Has Science Explained the Origin of Life?
Imagine you wanted someone who hasn’t the faintest idea what a book is to make a book from scratch.