Tag: Science Advances
Monkey-Made “Tools” Cast Doubt on High Intelligence in Early Hominids
Macaque monkeys from Lobi Bay, Thailand, have been observed “unintentionally” producing stone tools.
Will an Engineering Paradigm Supplant Darwinism?
Its summer of dominance after neo-Darwinism arose and conquered every field of biology led to an autumn of colorful just-so stories, and now a Narnian rule.
Grand Central Station and Beyond: Molecular Machines Visualized in 3-D
Cryo-electron microscopy is allowing cell biologists to see irreducibly complex molecular machines in three-dimensional glory.
Prior Fitness and Dinosaurs
Michael Denton has shown that humans must be the right size to use fire and create technology. What about size limits on big animals?
Cambrian Explosion: More Woes and Dodges
Evolutionists are still failing to explain the Cambrian explosion. They struggle to explain new complexities or else try to change the subject.