In The Descent of Man, Charles Darwin cited the tailbone (coccyx) as a supposed vestigial feature.
The evolutionary notion of human “tails” is not only mistaken. It is also medically harmful.
The online encyclopedia triumphantly points to resistance to myxoma virus among Australian rabbits as one piece of evidence, among others, for common descent.
Jack Scanlan, Australian blogger and contributor to Darwinist group blog Panda’s Thumb, picks up on Casey Luskin’s comments here about anti-ID rhetoric and adds an unintentionally humorous suggestion for ID critics.
Giberson and Collins appeal to authority but admit the evidence is all that matters, claim that anti-Darwin literature uses “outdated” arguments when their own book uses outdated arguments for evolution, and Giberson lacks the same qualifications of those Darwin-doubting scientists whose qualifications he attacks. Why are they making these weak, non-scientific, and self-contradictory arguments?