From Bears to Whales: A Difficult Transition
Critics laughed, and he removed it from later editions, but Charles Darwin privately continued to believe that whales evolved from a “race of bears.”
Natural Selection Subtracts, It Doesn’t Add — And That Matters
In the wild, all organisms must live within their niche. There are no wild polar bears in Arizona, and no iguanas in Alaska.
Balance: Bipeds Need It; Where Did It Come From?
“The calyx appeared,” says Dr. Rob Raphael. A more magical explanation could hardly be fabricated.
There Was Berra’s Blunder; Now Lieberman’s Lapse
Tim Berra thought evolution was like the diversification and progress seen in Corvette models. Now, another evolutionist makes an analogy for extinction.
Will Evolutionists Ever Take Falsification Seriously? A Response to P. Z. Myers
Can there be a better example of trying to argue that whatever the evidence, evolution is the answer?