Darwin and the “Eyre Affair”: A Speculative Tale
October 7, 1865, saw a revolt break out in Jamaica in which 18 officials and militia men were killed by members of the freed black population.
Unleash the Trial Lawyers to End Mutilation of Gender-Dysphoric Children
In my experience — as a once-practicing trial attorney — when the smell of money is in the water, ideology is generally not the first priority.
Darwin, Wordsworth, and Natural Theology
I give here a short sample of just one of the passages in “Tintern Abbey” where Wordsworth reports undergoing what might be described as a moment of epiphany.
For Labor Day: Alfred Russel Wallace, Scientist and Working Man
Take a moment to consider the impact of labor on the development of evolutionary theory.
Fossil Friday: The Temporal Paradox of Early Birds
Wherever you look in the fossil record you stumble upon problems for the Darwinian story and evidence that is better explained by intelligent design.