Tag: Winston Ewert
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?
Dave Farina Criticizes Intelligent Design but Doesn’t Understand It
Boom! There goes the “exquisitely documented” evolution of turtles. Sorry, Professor Dave.
William Dembski Offers an Updated Edition of an Intelligent Design Classic
Dembski says he stands by that work and his early contributions to intelligent design theory, but adds that he has learned a lot more in the intervening years.
Yes, Winston Ewert’s Dependency Graph Is a Real Model
The fact that known natural biological processes can produce non-tree-like patterns is problematic not for ID proponents but for proponents of common ancestry.
Just How Well Does That Cherry-Picked Data Fit an Evolutionary Tree?
The tree-like pattern from the dataset was not very strong. Of course, if you shuffle it, it looks strong compared to randomness.