Tag: Darwinian gradualism
Rosenhouse and Discrete Hypercube Evolution
Why have I just gone through this exercise with the 100-dimensional discrete hypercube, giving it the full track 2 monty? Two reasons.
Günter Bechly: Goodbye to Darwinian Gradualism
Bechly touches on the oldest australopithecine fossil skull ever found, from 3.8 million years ago.
Lukas Ruegger on the “Ediacaran Explosion”— No Solution to the Cambrian Puzzle
Ruegger is the personable new intelligent design “explainer” whose videos take an approach similar to Khan Academy’s, but better.
Darwin’s One Wrong Argument
Fom the standpoint of empirical science, continued claims that the evidence for evolution is “incontrovertible” might be better termed one long bluff.
Yes, the Punctuated Equilibrium Model Was Developed to Explain the Lack of Transitional Fossils
Why would Eldredge and Gould propose such a model? Because they knew the data showed that potential transitional fossils are an extreme rarity.