Do you think this kind of thing ever happens in the context of studies on evolution?
A science writer thinks scientists and teachers should own up to the fact that evolutionists are clueless about how natural selection works in the increasingly complex world of genetics.
A new paradigm implying design is leading to new insights about what was formerly dismissed as biological junk.
Darwin hoped the renowned paleontologist would become an ally and supporter of his theory of natural selection.
This is one of those beautiful coincidences.
Today’s science evangelists can talk you into despair, but they can’t talk you back out.
It’s a forthcoming book, it’s a heck of a good deal (if you act promptly) — and now it’s a quite handsome motion-picture style trailer, complete with awesome theme-music soundtrack.
The article highlights a recent paper in Nature reporting on the sequencing of the genome of the coelacanth, a famous fish often called a “living fossil.”
Don’t miss Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Stephen C. Meyer on the Michael Medved show today.
In the Origin of Species, Charles Darwin documented a fascinating and troubling discovery.