The article cites new literature that has appeared since I published my own review nine years ago.
Feathers, which are the most complex integumental structures known in the animal kingdom, without doubt required coordinated changes in numerous genes.
Such accounts invoke the abrupt appearance of key features of advanced eyes including the lens, cornea, and iris.
Casey Luskin reviews the contradictions and fallacious bandwagon appeals that he says permeate the book.
Growing evidence suggests Neanderthals buried their dead, employed technology, and had a brain size equal to or even slightly larger than ours.