Tag: The Miracle of Man
Denton: Animal Body Types as “Adaptive Masks”
These recurrent forms extend from original “primal patterns,” much as argued by such 19th-century opponents of Darwinism as Richard Owen and Louis Agassiz.
Zinc and the Miracle of Man
Elemental zinc pulls together multiple themes that biologist Michael Denton writes about in his new book.
Miracle of Man: Fine-Tuning for Blood and Breath
“Denton provides a scientific underpinning for a theistic humanism far beyond the nihilistic implications of so-called secular humanism,” writes Günter Bechly.
Denton: The Miracle of Man Rests on a Primal Blueprint
It’s a long list of things, and indeed, a long list of interdependent ensembles of prior fitness.
Astrobiology Points to the “Miracle of Man”
Scientists are making observations that add to Denton’s case, further constraining the requirements for habitability.