Tag: Living Waters
Denton’s “Puzzle of Perfection,” Then and Now
The flip side of Darwin’s proposal of natural selection as a designer substitute is that “things look designed — because they are designed.”
Convergence? One-Celled Creature Has an Eye!
“Convergent evolution” is not a process. It is a post-hoc observation based on evolutionary assumptions.
Robot Evolution? How the Trick Is Done
Some evolutionists still don’t get it. You can’t design something for a purpose and call it Darwinism.
Geneticists Puzzled by Octopus’s Unique Genes: Seem to Have Appeared Out of Nowhere
“Evolution of novel genes”? Isn’t that the question at hand? Where do novel genes come from?
Appreciating the Irreducibly Complex Design of Salmon Osmoregulation
Three main things must occur for the young salmon, called a smolt, to prepare for life in the salty ocean.