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.
Darwin, We Have a Problem: Horse Teeth Are Not Less Evolved
Time to debunk another evolutionary story by questioning underlying Darwinian assumptions about how things came to be.
On the Miracles of Physiological Design
The book under review is a splendid and uniquely well-informed contribution to the debate about what is by all indices a theory in possibly terminal crisis.
A Neurosurgeon and an Engineer Explore Your Body’s Intelligent Design
Dr. Michael Egnor makes the surprising confession that his medical library is full of engineering texts.
Synchronized Swimming in Siphonophores: A Design Worth Imitating
It must be good if engineers want to copy it. Siphonophores are colonial animals that have mastered the sport of synchronized swimming.