The other day, UPS brought me a copy of Larry Moran’s new book. Moran is a well-known opponent of intelligent design.
A null hypothesis, such as expecting the absence of function in non-coding DNA, reveals a presupposition that biases one’s interpretation of the evidence.
From a new, open-access article, “Implications of the first complete human genome assembly.”
The take-home lesson is that evolution, on its best day, is an embarrassingly anemic process.
Unsatisfied with circular evolutionary arguments and lazy reasoning, Michael Behe decided to pose his question to the real-world data.