A recent paper by Richard Buggs shows that a problem for evolutionary theory has grown more acute since Darwin’s time.
We have a lonely hypothesis standing by itself in the center of the room, which no one, including its author, will own as true.
When Michael Behe’s slide show flashed to a close up of the gears, a murmur of astonishment rolled through the audience.
Proponents of the ruling theory tell us that we are all undoubtedly intelligent enough to fully grasp their theory, as long as we concur with it.
For the last forty years, population geneticists have repeatedly said that our population was never smaller than several thousand.