Tag: effective population size
More Backstory on Our First-Couple Paper: Why Wasn’t This Done Before?
For the last forty years, population geneticists have repeatedly said that our population was never smaller than several thousand.
In His Latest Review of Behe’s Darwin Devolves, Nathan Lents Misses the Forest for the Trees
Evolutionists now increasingly believe that major adaptations are driven by neutral mutations.
Adam and the Genome and Human Genetic Diversity
Nobody in the ID community is capable of showing Dennis Venema to be wrong? Well, that’s a bit heavy on the attitude.
Population Genetics: What It Is and Why It Matters
Some have claimed that for humans the coalescence to one (or first coalescent) does not happen for well over a million years back in time, calling into question the idea of a single-couple human origin.