Tag: Richard Dawkins
The Magic of Reality: Richard Dawkins’s Latest Attempt to Produce Young, Angry, New Atheist Clones
What do you get when the world’s most influential atheist teams up with a tarot card illustrator to write a book for younger readers?
A New Article in Salvo Magazine Rebuts Objections that the Vertebrate Eye is Poorly Designed
Dawkins argues that even if the design works, it would “offend any tidy-minded engineer.” Yet the overall design of the eye actually optimizes visual acuity.
Putting a Contemporary Face on Darwin-Inspired Eugenics
The victims profiled here were mostly deemed to be mentally deficient but their resumes since then don’t sound that way, nor do the articulate comments attributed them.
Methinks He Is Like a Dawkins: Prominent RNA World Researcher Michael Yarus Commits Famous “Weasel” Blunder
“To suggest how Darwinian evolution can surf across supposed oceans of improbability, I have set up a mutation-selection demonstration.”
The Identity of the Designer: How to Avoid an Incoherent Criticism of Intelligent Design
You can’t attack ID for identifying, but also for not identifying, the designer.