Tag: common descent
Will Evolutionists Ever Take Falsification Seriously? A Response to P. Z. Myers
Can there be a better example of trying to argue that whatever the evidence, evolution is the answer?
“Sacred Cause”? Reconsidering Charles Darwin as Abolitionist
I offer a series of posts here designed to lay out the evidence in detail. It is not merely that Desmond and Moore are selective in the sources they cite.
Chimp and Human Genomes: An Evolution Myth Unravels
Casey Luskin rebuts the oft-repeated claim that the human and chimp genomes are 98-99 percent similar as surely resulted from Darwinian common descent.
Fossil Friday: Sea Cows and the Abrupt Origin of Sirenia and Desmostylia
So, is every thing OK with Darwinism after all? No so fast. Actually, there are some problems that do not square well with a Darwinian scenario.
Dave Farina Criticizes Intelligent Design but Doesn’t Understand It
Boom! There goes the “exquisitely documented” evolution of turtles. Sorry, Professor Dave.