Buggs isn’t the only qualified biologist who has looked at arguments from MHC genes against Adam and Eve and found them lacking.
Yesterday, Douglas Axe responded to Dennis Venema’s review of Axe’s book Undeniable, pointing to what you might call citation bluffing.
Peterson’s signature issues aren’t really on the radar screen here, and behind much of his perspective on psychology is a standard evolutionary viewpoint.
Commuting by bus to the downtown core of intensely progressive Seattle is never less than thought-provoking, in many ways.
Venema cites the vitellogenin pseudogene as supposedly demonstrating common ancestry between humans and birds, such as chickens.