Tag: positive selection
No “Hopeful Monster,” Flower Demonstrates Evolution by Subtraction
Evolutionary biologists at the University of California, Santa Barbara, noticed something peculiar about the columbines in a region of Colorado.
More on Evolution by Subtraction
Evolutionists argue that organisms can evolve by loss of function. Sounds like Behe’s hypothesis. But you’ll never get wings and eyes that way.
Juggling Terms to Maintain the Illusion of Darwinian Selection
Evolutionists do not mind if selection goes forward, backward, up, down or sideways, as long as Darwin’s honor is maintained.
Behe Vindicated Again: Sherpas Climb Everest Easier, Because Darwin Devolves
How can Tibetans survive high altitudes that leave lowlanders gasping? The answer is found in broken genes.
Birds and Bats: How Bright Is Evolutionary Light?
The media are generous with claims that new findings “shed light” on evolution.