The media that loyally serve Big Science are at it again, overstating the finds of a scientific paper to promote an evolutionary icon.
The paper begins by recounting some of the arguments raised during the Texas State Board of Education debate that challenged chemical and biological evolution.
When we saw that headline we thought it was going to be a delicious Onion-type parody. Sorry to disappoint you.
In a previous post, we noted some fish-related problems with BioLogos’s page discussing the fossil record. But these aren’t the only marine mistakes on the page. BioLogos says regarding the evolution of whales: Recently, a 52-million-year-old whale fossil, Pakicetus, was found in Pakistan. It was clearly a small, wolf-sized whale, but it did not have […]
In a prior post, I discussed how BioLogos’s website has a page titled “What does the fossil record show?” which is conspicuously missing any mention of the Cambrian explosion, or any other explosions in the history of life. The page also has other errors and omissions. In a section titled “Evidence of Gradual Change,” it […]