Tag: University of Vienna
The Puzzle of Hox Gene Homology — With Parsimony Taking the Hit
I am old enough to remember when, during the cladistics revolution, parsimony was the Final Referee with the Loudest Whistle.
Claim: Research Shows Animals Have a Moral Sense
We are informed at Nautilus, the Templeton Foundation’s magazine, that “ It’s time to take moral emotion in animals seriously.” Really?
Self-Induced Blindness: Round 3 with Kevin Williamson
Of course, an allergy to conceding error is not unique to ID opponents, but it is typical of them.
Punctuated Equilibria Is Back, but Still Magical
Calling it by a new name doesn’t change the essence of a theory relying on chance.