Tag: Richard Lewontin
Do Fossils Demonstrate Human Evolution? Let’s Consider the Technical Literature
Far from “a nice clean example” of “gradualistic evolutionary change” that has “no gaps,” the fossil record shows a dramatic discontinuity.
Language: Darwin’s Eternal Mystery
A whole host of “certified geniuses” have failed to crack the human language problem, and this must count as a blow to Darwinian ideas of evolution.
Thanksgiving and the Frailty of Scientific Atheism
Our bioethicist colleague Wesley Smith had a very interesting and wide-ranging conversation with Stephen Meyer.
Norm Macdonald’s God Hypothesis
Norm casually took on the entire scientific community for “refusing to explore” what he considered the “fundamental question” of God’s existence.
Darwin’s Theory of Natural Selection Has Left a Legacy of Confusion over Biological Adaptation
Our ability to adapt to fantastically diverse circumstances did not result from the happenstance of environmental conditions.