Brain Size Doesn’t Determine Intelligence
Brains are not simple, so many “just common sense” theories have fallen by the wayside.
Are Birds Really Smarter than Reptiles?
Scientists clash over how to measure animal intelligence: brain volume, brain organization, numbers of neurons…?
Spiders Are Smart; Be Glad They Are Small
Recent research has shed light on the intriguing strategies that spiders use to deceive other spiders — and prey in general.
From Birds and Lemurs, Lessons About Human Exceptionalism
Self-degradation, like the “Galileo legend,” is a vital fuel from Darwinism. Plus, “Another failed prediction” of evolutionary theory.
In His Latest Review of Behe’s Darwin Devolves, Nathan Lents Misses the Forest for the Trees
Evolutionists now increasingly believe that major adaptations are driven by neutral mutations.