Natural Selection Subtracts, It Doesn’t Add — And That Matters
In the wild, all organisms must live within their niche. There are no wild polar bears in Arizona, and no iguanas in Alaska.
Even More Mammoth Devolution
The lesson from woolly mammoth studies, and many other ones, is that it is much faster and easier to break or blunt a gene than to improve or make a new one.
Pleistocene Park: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
The idea is to recreate some of the DNA from the sequencing of frozen mammoths, and inject it into an Asian elephant egg.
Beyond Evolutionary Fitness, Mammals Are Ecosystem Engineers
When animals give back more than they take, does that fit the model of selfishness that Darwinism promotes?
Johannes Kepler on the Holy Work of Astronomy
Kepler rejected the idea that the enormous scale of the cosmos suggested that mankind is less important than in the cozier Aristotelian-Ptolemaic model.