Tag: Homo sapiens
David Barash’s Proposal — Something Wicked This Way Comes
With a proposal for human/chimp hybrids, evolutionist David Barash vents his rage against religion.
Adam and the Genome and Neanderthal Cave Art
As if on cue, science news today reports a remarkable discovery from Spain.
Adam and the Genome and Hominid Fossils
Despite Dennis Venema’s statements to the contrary, there is no clear-cut lineage of fossils leading from ape-like hominids to modern humans.
Homo sapiens, or Pan sapiens?
A snarky proposal, among others aimed at deflating the idea of humankind’s exceptional place in nature, suggests that our species is really misnamed.
Can the Rot of Naturalism Be Stopped? Relating Information to Matter and Energy Might Help
A New Yorker obit for naturalist atheist philosopher Jerry Fodor noted Fodor’s dismissal of the “natural selection” cult but, surprisingly, did not offer polite contempt.