Evolution News & Views: October 2012 Archives

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution, including breaking news about scientific research.

Evolution News and Views
October 2012 Archives

Spiders Have Eight (Well-Designed) Eyes

Jacques Barzun, RIP

Nagel Asks, Is the World Really Knowable?

The Cell as an Information-Sharing Domain

Whale Imitates People, Person Imitates Whales

Pseudoscience, Eugenics, and Demarcation

Upward and Onward with Peer Review

Cambrian Explosion: It's Just Physics

More on the Evolutionary Mystery of the Brain

How to Talk About "Evolution"

Design Thinking Is Hardwired in the Human Brain. How Come?

Michael Behe Got It Right

The Brain Remains an Evolutionary Mystery

The Tiger in Your Think Tank

Genoeconomics: An Ideal Societal Genetic Recipe for Economic Prosperity?

Survival of the Poorest: Another Evolutionary Paradox

Epigenetic Code Revives Lamarck, Partially

Finding Darwin's Real God

Nagel's ID-Friendly Mind and Cosmos Takes Its First Hit

In Touchstone, Luskin Dismantles Giberson and Collins

Study Confirms that Arsenic-Containing Bacteria Prefer Phosphorous

Darwinian "Science" in Action

Haeckel Again: This Time with Plants

More Vindication for Jonathan Wells

Introducing "Bi-Fi": The Biological Internet

Check This Out: New Hubble "Extreme Deep Field"

Design Inference vs. Design Hypothesis