Origin of Life Is Not Reducible to Physics
This continues an evaluation of a proposal that treats natural selection as a law of physics that is applicable to the entire universe.
Navigational Genius — Not Just for the Birds
While these theories may appear reasonable, given the complexity of the behavior it is unclear how a Darwinian process can be a plausible explanation.
Can Crabs Think? Can Lobsters Feel?
What about shrimp? Their brains turn out to have memory and learning centers, which has triggered an evolution squabble.
In the NGSS, a Dogmatic Standard on Evolution
Inaccurate teaching about evolution is widespread, as Jonathan Wells’s review of textbooks shows.
Specified Complexity Is All Around Us
A key idea in the theory of ID is specification, or matching a pattern. Specified, complex information is a hallmark of intelligent activity.