Evolution News & Views: February 2016 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
February 2016 Archives

If Patients Were Pets

The Types: Why Shared Characteristics Are Bad News for Darwinism

David Snoke on "Maxwell's Demon" and Information Processing

Biological Information from a Physics Perspective

The Digestive System: The Stomach and Beyond

New Solution to Darwin's Doubt: Earth Wandered into Cambrian Explosion

Do Evolutionary Principles Derive from Observation, or Are They Imposed on It?

Suggested Readings on the Problem of Animal Macroevolution

That's a Tough Tardigrade

The Great Cambrian Whitewash

You Are What You Eat: The Beginnings of the Digestive Process

What Should We Make of Gravity-Wave Detection?

Secrets of the Plant "Intranet" Are Coming to Light

Immune Defense: How Antibodies Work

Researchers Proclaim: Instant Animals by Chance

A Bad Case of Expertitis

More on How Microbes Make Earth Habitable

On Darwin Day, Darwinism Is Well Past Its "Sell By" Date

On the Origin of Chins

How Microbes Make Earth Habitable

Another Layer of Defense: The Adaptive Immune System

Junk DNA: Is Preventing Breast Cancer a Function?

You Can't Ascribe Intelligence to an Unguided Process

Listen: Information Theory for Non-Nerds

Steiner Wars: An Exchange with Dave Thomas

The Body as a Battlefield: Proteins of the Innate Immune System

Two Views of Biology: Structuralism vs. Functionalism

A Fourth Layer of Epicycles on the Standard Cosmology

Information and Mutation -- Responding to David Levin

Conversations with Michael Denton: What Is Structuralism?

Nature Wants to Get Darwinists on the Biomimetics Bandwagon