Tag: developmental biology
Peer-Reviewed Paper Shows Vertebrate Embryonic Variation Contradicts Common Ancestry
Evolutionary biologists often argue that vertebrate embryos develop in highly similar manners, reflecting their common ancestry.
New Open-Access Book from South Africa Explores Intelligent Design and Science-Faith Issues
We’ll feature excerpts here in the future, but for now I’d like to highlight some special features of chapters in the book.
Listen: Scale-to-Feather Evolution Doesn’t Fly
Giberson and Collins point to the feather as a prime example of a novel feature arising via blind evolution.
Money, Sex, and Gender
“We both wanted to play with guys, build forts and have snowball fights and play army… She played with my toys: Tinkertoys, dump trucks.”
At What Point In Its Development Can a Human Being Feel Pain?
Peter Singer has argued that animals, like humans, deserve protection because of their ability to suffer.