Tag: Theodosius Dobzhansky
Fossil Friday: Golden Moles and the Abrupt Origin of Afrosoricida
Should we draw any conclusions from such consistent empirical failures of a theory?
Sara Walker and Her Crew Publish the Most Interesting Biology Paper of 2022 (So Far, Anyway)
Universal functional requirements, but without the identity of material components — sounds like design.
Origin of Life Is Not Reducible to Physics
This continues an evaluation of a proposal that treats natural selection as a law of physics that is applicable to the entire universe.
Top Scientific Problems with Evolution: Natural Selection
When the drought ended and the rains returned, however, food was plentiful, and the average beak size returned to normal.
Khan Academy Misleads with Human-Chimp Genetic Similarity Argument for Common Ancestry
The video compares humans and chimps, saying the latter’s behaviors and facial expressions are “eerily human.” I could say the same thing about my cat.