Tag: Stone Age
Neanderthal Art, if That’s What It Is, Would Upset the Evolutionary Paradigm
Paleontologists resist the idea that early humans called Neanderthals created any artworks. Their reasoning is sometimes circular.
From Darwinists, a Shift in Tone on Nanomachines
The shift in tone from then to now is remarkable. What happened to the awe these systems used to inspire?
How We Moved Beyond Darwin to the Miracle of Man
The extraordinary ensembles of natural environmental fitness described in my book are thoroughly documented scientific facts.
How Man Became the Fire-Maker
Being terrestrial is one obvious requirement. No fully aquatic species could master fire and thus develop metallurgy.
In Praise of Copper, a Gift from Nature
If the conductivity of copper were ten times less, wires would have to be ten times the cross-sectional area to provide the same conductivity.