No matter what we do to the DNA of a fruit fly embryo, there are only three possible outcomes: a normal fruit fly, a defective fruit fly, or a dead fruit fly.
NYU environmentalism prof Jeff Sebo argues that humans are not always rational and that some animals display mental qualities so we aren’t exceptional.
I consider this simple argument as a final nail in the coffin of Darwinian unguided evolution.
Man has been searching for fossils, or stumbling upon them, for millennia.
I’d like to point out a few things to Dr. Alice Roberts. None of this is evolutionarily possible.