Tag: neo-Darwinian evolution
The Design Connection in Biological Tracking Systems
If organisms resulted from haphazard undirected processes, their design constraints would be few and highly flexible.
Another “Junk DNA” Icon Bites the Dust
Casey Luskin examines a paper which argues that the famous beta-globin pseudogene is functional. Why is this pseudogene famous?
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.
To Avoid Debate, Darwinists at the AAAS Would Even Censor…Darwin
A modest proposal to teach evolution the way Darwin treated his own theory has “no support” from one of the world’s most powerful scientific organizations.
Train Wreck of a Review: A Response to Lenski et al. in Science
Richard Lenski has spent decades overseeing the most extensive, most acclaimed laboratory evolution experiment conducted to date.