Tag: Laurence Moran
Researchers: What’s Evolutionary Debris to You Is Unexplored Territory to Us
From a new, open-access article, “Implications of the first complete human genome assembly.”
Real-World Data and the Lesson of Chloroquine Resistance
The take-home lesson is that evolution, on its best day, is an embarrassingly anemic process.
How Much Can Evolution Really Accomplish?
Unsatisfied with circular evolutionary arguments and lazy reasoning, Michael Behe decided to pose his question to the real-world data.
Majestic Ascent: Phillip Johnson’s Darwin on Trial
There is some evidence that once again, the diapason of opinion is being changed. The claims of intelligent design are too insistent and too plausible to be frivolously dismissed.
From Swamidass on Chloroquine Resistance, a Response that Doesn’t Respond
Swamidass’s response doesn’t address our main arguments, but he indicates he is impressed by what Darwinian mechanisms accomplished in generating chloroquine resistance.