Wilson’s forthcoming biography appears to be part of a larger rethink of evolution that is bubbling away in a variety of areas.
Evolutionists give a shot at explaining how colors arose in the living world.
Ask evolutionists for a clear, unambiguous example of a new gain in function by chance at the genetic level. They will be hard pressed to show one.
A fierce battle over a core principle of Darwinian theory has raged for decades, but you wouldn’t know it.
It’s strange to speak of “acceptance” of a scientific theory, as if it were something very different, like a religious doctrine.
I’m trying to count the number of ways that reading Google futurologist as he gushes about the “singularity” makes me feel sick to my stomach.
“Do cats or dogs think themselves superior to humans?”
Tom Bethell tells of how his own skepticism about the logic of natural selection emerged, and describes an interview with Karl Popper.
Many pastors, priests, and rabbis, have been captivated by the idea that they can have their cake and eat it too.