Tag: Homo sapiens
More Ways of Information-Sharing Found in Living Things
Sharing of information is not evolution. It’s like sharing library books, not writing them.
Michael Aeschliman and the Consolation of Man
Estranged from God, both art and science become incoherent babble, sliding toward an obsession with the prurient lure of triumphant evil.
New Fossil Human Species Thwarts Core Darwinian Predictions
I can hardly resist the temptation to say “I told you so,” or to jokingly remark, “Oops, they did it again.”
Why Animals Don’t Speak
If what separates us from other animals were material in nature, material alone, then perhaps we could look to a material process for an explanation.
On Chloroquine Resistance, Nathan Lents Severely Misrepresents Behe’s Arguments
If you’re going to engage with an individual you disagree with, it’s important to know what that person argues and to state it accurately.