Evolution News & Views: July 2015 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
July 2015 Archives

The Puzzle of Perfection, Thirty Years On

Listen: Octopi, Sea Turtles -- and Living Waters

Earliest Comb Jellies Wore Armor

Should We Have Faith in Science?

How the Sockeye Salmon Smells Its Way Home

Cell Vesicles Wear Sophisticated Coats

Debating Darwin's Doubt: Casey Luskin on the Classification of Organisms

A Mathematician's View of Evolution

Hear Stephen Meyer and Eric Metaxas on Podcast Now!

Special Birds with Specialized Abilities

When It Comes to a Humpback Breaching, "The Language Fails"

Microevolution versus Macroevolution: Two Mistakes

New Fossils Before and After the Cambrian, What Do They Show?

Listen: Nancy Pearcey on Hegel and the Spiritualized View of Evolution

Living Waters Premieres to Large Enthusiastic Crowd in San Antonio

Checkpoints and Repair Systems as Evidence for Design

Evolution's Grand Challenge

Cardiovascular Function: The Heart Follows the Rules

Listen: Can We Rely on Human Reason?

Listen: Limits to Self-Organization

The Fossils Speak, but Hardly with One Voice

Is Artificial Intelligence Possible?

You Have to Be Conscious to Deny Consciousness, and Other Conundrums

Chicken or Egg? More Flirting with Lamarck

A New Series: Talk to the Fossils