Tag: population genetics
Fossil Friday: The Abrupt Origin of Ichthyosaurs
With increasing knowledge of the fossil record, the mainstream narrative is rendered more and more untenable and inconsistent with the empirical evidence.
Evolutionary Biologist Richard Sternberg: Why I’m a Platonist
The evolutionary turns that life has taken, he says, “ultimately have their source in an informational realm that is outside space and time.”
Luskin: The Dead Talk Back to Darwin
The “dreadful beasts, grinning knowingly,” have a message for evolutionists: “no further in this direction!”
Life: Fearfully and Wonderfully Fine-Tuned
At the center of the discussion are three technical papers, each co-authored by one or more of the three members of the podcast discussion.
Darrel Falk’s Volte-Face on the Cambrian Explosion
I appreciate that Dr. Falk and his colleagues at BioLogos would like to engage in a productive “dialogue” with proponents of intelligent design.