Casey Luskin interviews Center for Science & Culture Fellow and physician Geoffrey Simmons on what led him from card-carrying Darwinist to Darwin-skeptic.
Watches are everywhere on the heath. Look up, look down, look inside; biology runs on time.
The ingenious inventions found in insects summon us to ask: How did these small organisms get them?
Coyne is sure this is going to come as a rude shock, to our colleague and contributor Dr. Behe in particular, “a slap in the face of IDers like Michael Behe — a fish slap like the one below.”
It is a difficult question because, setting aside many other problems, the very starting point — the protein-coding gene — is highly complex.