Tag: Jacques Monod
A Good Example of Evolutionary Use of Extremely Small Probability Singularities
How can you be certain, for instance, that you, horned lizards, and brook trout share a common chordate ancestor?
Erasmus Darwin and Credible Denial
Consideration of Erasmus Darwin’s writings suggests that his unbelief could well have been father to the thought in the matter of his evolutionary speculations.
How We Moved Beyond Darwin to the Miracle of Man
The extraordinary ensembles of natural environmental fitness described in my book are thoroughly documented scientific facts.
Top Scientific Problems with Evolution: Mutation
According to evolutionary biologist Thomas Cavalier-Smith, the idea that DNA contains all the information needed to make an organism “is simply false.”
The Ghost of Epicurus and the Doctrine of Natural Selection
The classical pantheon, lacking moral credibility, had become a source of embarrassment to thoughtful Greeks.