Jonathan Wells has been vindicated again.
When all else fails, look brave. Three Harvard biologists seek to face the daunting new challenge with an essay in Current Biology.
British biologists dust off a moth-eaten myth: that peppered moths prove Darwinian evolution.
Some evolutionary-development researchers must be taking cues from the PR team that overhyped “Ida.” A recent article on ScienceDaily was titled, “How Evolution Can Allow For Large Developmental Leaps,” but the article documents nothing of the kind. It begins by discussing a long-recognized problem in evolution: “when it comes to traits like the number of […]
In the world of peppered moths, gray is the new black. The “peppered moth” became famous after textbooks started using it as an iconic example of evolution. It’s still employed in some current textbooks: Douglas Futuyma’s 2005 edition of Evolution states, “By the 1930s, however, examples of very strong selection came to light. One of […]