“Cookies on the Bottom Shelf”: Interrogating Jonathan Wells
We celebrated the release of Jonathan Wells’s new book Zombie Science: More Icons of Evolution last month at Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo.
Two Genetic Blows Against Darwinian Speciation
Animals have different ways of sharing information without having to invent it by mistake.
Specious Speciation in Sea Stars
Researchers say sea stars have undergone “superfast evolution” as a new species has emerged in merely in the past 6,000 to 22,000 years.
Predicting the Formation of Virtually Identical Species
A new study in Nature claims that scientists can predict the extent to which a clade will speciate by studying its environmental niche and the prevalence of sexual selection.
Sorry, Ring Species Do Not Provide Good Evidence for the Origin of New Species by the Darwinian Mechanism
If a ring species existed it would not be an example of observed speciation.