Galápagos Finches — An “Exceptionally Strong Natural-Selection Event”?
This is by no means an all-or-nothing selection (as the impression is sometimes given). Rather, the alleles are retained.
Galápagos Finches — A Paradigm of the Limits of Natural Selection?
They are not, per the National Academy of Sciences, a “particularly convincing example for speciation.”
Really? Editors Claim They Were “Unaware” of Article’s Intelligent Design Connections
The implication is that the editors — Denise Kirschner, Mark Chaplain, and Akira Sasaki — did not realize the article was about intelligent design.
Reform It Altogether — More on the Naturalistic Parabola
I’ve fussed about this point for a long time. And Discovery Institute colleagues have occasionally chided me for my obsession.
Lancet Hydroxychloroquine Paper Scandal Illustrates Scientific Bias, Not Only in Medicine
It’s a particularly crude example of how confirmation bias works — how else would you explain this story? — not only among lay people but among top researchers.