Tag: Darwinian theory
Protein Evolution, the Waiting-Time Problem, and the Intriguing Possibility of Two First Parents
After being asked to evaluate the scientific case against Adam and Eve, Ann Gauger dove into population genetics.
The Dawkins Test Returns an Answer: Intelligent Design
Dr. Luskin details the various ways that the rapidly developing field of phylogenomics is uncovering data that powerfully fits the ID model of life’s history.
From Bears to Whales: A Difficult Transition
Critics laughed, and he removed it from later editions, but Charles Darwin privately continued to believe that whales evolved from a “race of bears.”
Fossil Friday: The Abrupt Origin of Butterflies
This phenomenon could rightfully be called a Tertiary Butterfly Explosion analogous to the Cambrian Explosion of animal phyla.
Did the National Science Teaching Association Just Muzzle … Darwin?
Herman Bouma warns of what has been described as the “Censorship Industrial Complex,” but he also says he hasn’t given up.