Tag: computer simulations
Falsify Intelligent Design? Try Simulating the Cambrian Explosion Digitally
Researchers have tried, in multiple cases, as computer scientist Winston Ewert explains.
Can Humans Improve on Nature? If So, What Does it Mean for Intelligent Design?
“In the Charyk Lab of Bioinspired Design, even an embryonic zebrafish heart can be an engineering muse.”
If Engineers Program DNA, Is It Intelligent Design?
The intelligent design movement may now take a bow and say, “We told you so.”
Bernard d’Abrera on Butterfly Mimicry and the Faith of the Evolutionist
Evolutionism (with its two eldest daughters, phylogenetics and cladistics) is the only systematic synthesis in the history of the universe that proposes an Effect without a Final Cause.
“Monkeys Typing Shakespeare” Simulation Illustrates Combinatorial Inflation Problem
Natural selection works well when it can build structures in small incremental steps. But when multiple mutations are necessary to produce a selective advantage, the odds of the trait arising begin to become very small.