This slapdash quality may be one reason that evolution skeptics remain skeptical.
Professor Ruse was more adorable when he wasn’t atop his atheist soapbox, prophesying the end of the world.
An article in Science supposedly explains why we commonly suffer from back and other problems related to our bipedal locomotion.
It sounds like the premise of the film holds that an eruption of biological information in the Cambrian period accounts indirectly for the functioning genome we enjoy today.
Faith the Dog is not evidence for the ability to evolve bipedalism.
Telelogy is data. And that should be repeated ten times before lunch, every day.
We’re left with the vague feeling that “scientific” culture has crossed a threshold here.
West-Eberhard’s work helps to upend the Darwinian project by showing how target-directedness lies at the heart of any realistic explanatory framework in evolutionary biology.
The question is irresistible and calls as much for the mind of a novelist as that of a biologist. Nickell John Romjue gives it a whirl.
Consider the study of the movements of the keys on my keyboard as I type this. The most basic study would be of the physics of the keys.