Tag: population size
Fossil Friday: Walking Whales and Why All Critiques of the Waiting Time Problem Fail
These fossils are often celebrated as missing links and a success story for Darwinism.
Human Genetic Variation — A Tale that Keeps on Telling
If the pockmarks on the moon showed this kind of specific array surrounding each crater, we would think someone was using the moon for target practice.
“Darwin’s Finches”: Galápagos Islands as an Evolutionary Model
Taking the facts and arguments presented together, it appears to be clear that no macroevolution is happening in “Darwin’s finches.”
More Backstory on Our First-Couple Paper: Why Wasn’t This Done Before?
For the last forty years, population geneticists have repeatedly said that our population was never smaller than several thousand.
For Dreams of Darwinian Evolution, First Rule of Adaptive Evolution Is an Insuperable Problem
Professor Lenski’s contrasting of the frequency versus importance of evolutionary changes is misconceived and his illustrations are inapt.