Tag: Richard Buggs
Human-Chimp Similarity: What Is It and What Does It Mean?
For years we’ve been told that human and chimp DNA is some 99 percent identical. Is that true?
Darwin’s “Abominable Mystery”: Jurassic Flowering Plants After All?
This year a new article by Silvestro et al. (2021), “Fossil data support a pre-Cretaceous origin of flowering plants,” was published.
Darwin’s “Abominable Mystery”: Still Alive and Kicking
Darwinists had hoped that 150 years of paleontological research since Darwin would surely make this nagging problem go away.
Botany Journal Revisits Charles Darwin’s “Abominable Mystery”
A recent paper by Richard Buggs shows that a problem for evolutionary theory has grown more acute since Darwin’s time.
On the Swamidass Hypothesis — The Cheese Stands Alone
We have a lonely hypothesis standing by itself in the center of the room, which no one, including its author, will own as true.