The mechanism of Darwinian evolution absolutely works — by breaking genes, when that provides a selective advantage, or turning them off.
Paul Nelson expresses his appreciation for his University of Pittsburgh mentor Adolf Grünbaum.
The fossil record is not a good match with Darwinian thinking, but it makes a strong pairing with intelligent design.
What appears to have great prospects for widespread, safe deployment of an inhalable anti-coronavirus therapy comes from an unlikely source.
It’s wonderful to remember mentors who helped shaped us, often in ways that might have surprised the influential person if he’d known about it beforehand.