Tag: universal common descent
A Good Example of Evolutionary Use of Extremely Small Probability Singularities
How can you be certain, for instance, that you, horned lizards, and brook trout share a common chordate ancestor?
More Turbulence at the Base of the Tree of Life
For a theory whose empirical strength is so great that it cannot be doubted, universal common descent certainly is doubted a lot.
Return of the Rafting Monkeys: Why Biogeography Is No Friend of Common Descent
Evolutionists have to propose, for instance, that Old World monkeys rafted across the Atlantic from Africa to South America on a natural raft.
Case Study Inadvertently Shows Why Universal Common Descent Is Untestable
Sooner or later, onlookers will realize that UCD is actually bankrupt. UCD doesn’t pay its bills, because it can’t.
New Book, The Comprehensive Guide to Science and Faith, Answers Key Questions on Intelligent Design
“If anyone thinks that the study of science and faith should be disparate disciplines, here are more than 656 reasons why they’re wrong.”