Tag: The Myth of Human Tails
Summer Seminars on Intelligent Design Were a Turning Point for Me
We have connected alumni with scientists who are conducting key research related to the design debate. Other graduates have become professors themselves.
From the Steadily Shrinking Catalogue of "Functionless," "Vestigial" Organs: Now, the Tailbone
The theory of intelligent design does not demand that the coccyx be medically indispensable.
Calling Karl Giberson: Human “Tail” in the News
The story is that a boy in India was born with a 7-inch tail and today is worshipped as the incarnation of a monkey god.
Karl Giberson Apologizes for Photoshopped Image of Tailed Baby
Unfortunately, the admission is accompanied by a spray of insults and untruths.
On Human "Tails," Theistic Evolutionist Karl Giberson Has Another Go at Us; It’s Enough Now
No baby was ever born with a computer-generated tail.