We’re beginning to find out more about how animals that don’t really “think” much can keep track of numbers, when needed.
Think of cars. A Tesla and a Cadillac share many features — but of course, none of that means that Teslas blindly evolved from Cadillacs, or vice versa.
The term “anti-evolution” has been used for decades, over and over, by untold numbers of defenders of Darwin and critics of the theory of intelligent design.
Casey Luskin examines a paper which argues that the famous beta-globin pseudogene is functional. Why is this pseudogene famous?
A recent paper by Richard Buggs shows that a problem for evolutionary theory has grown more acute since Darwin’s time.