Tag: Human Errors
“Pointless Bones”? Nathan Lents Bites at Stuart Burgess’s Ankle
From an engineering perspective, the bones of the ankle, in their complex and functional artistry, are very far from “pointless.”
Life as a Half-Full Glass
A 2018 book by biologist Nathan Lents is full of complaints about our bodies. Professor Lents has been answered in detail already.
Burgess: Claims of “Poor Design” in Skeletal Joints Are Based on Critics’ Lack of Training in Engineering
Burgess’s lecture confronts one of the most common abuses of science aimed at suppressing the evidence for design in biology.
Stuart Burgess Informs Evolutionist Nathan Lents on the Design Genius of the Ankle and Wrist
Darwinists have been led by their philosophy to misjudge human anatomy. Lents, in his fervor, “ignores biomechanics research,” “ignores engineering research.”
Why Systems Biologists Now Assume Life Is Optimally Designed
Purported examples of poor design usually represent opinions resulting from armchair critics’ limited understanding of the technical literature.