Tag: South America
Darwin’s Category Errors and Their Consequences
Charles Darwin indiscriminately lumped together the organic and inorganic spheres — a grand category error.
Fossil Friday: Treehopper Nymph in Dominican Amber and the Miracle of Mimicry
The miracle of mimicry, for which there are countless examples in the animal kingdom, represents powerful evidence for design in nature.
“Bizarre Bird” Highlights the Problem of Biogeography
While hoatzins are bad at flying, evolutionists have been forced to credit these birds with some impressive rafting — unbelievably impressive.
Apply Now: Summer Seminars on Intelligent Design Have Changed the Course of Many Lives
There is no tuition for the program, to be held at Glen Eyrie Castle in Colorado Springs, and travel scholarships are available.
Return of the Rafting Monkeys: Why Biogeography Is No Friend of Common Descent
Evolutionists have to propose, for instance, that Old World monkeys rafted across the Atlantic from Africa to South America on a natural raft.