The main evidence that Dr. Scott cites to argue that chromosomal fusions aren’t necessarily deleterious comes not from humans but from horses.
Some evolutionists are becoming bolder in their assertions that information can arise from stochastic processes without intelligence.
Evolution is so well established, says a Darwin lobbyist, that questioning it is like doubting that matter is made of atoms. Really?
The paper could cause a stir, since it has violated an “implicit agreement” that mainstream academics should never criticize public advocates of evolution.
Dr. Sewell is fully aware of the standard objections to the classical version of the second law argument, but his thesis is not the classic unsophisticated version of the argument.