Darwinism is less a science than a cognitive impediment.
If it weren’t for his activities trying to cast fear on career-vulnerable scientists who are open to intelligent design, there might be something almost endearingly oafish about Dr. Coyne.
As I have shown in this series, Texas students, and others across the country, deserve better.
Well, good for him. Unwittingly, he shares with his readers a clip that is among the many spectacular sequences in Flight: The Genius of Birds.
We bet these reporters get savaged for it.
The concept of rarefied design is useful shorthand for the kind of design in nature that David Hume ostensibly discredited in his Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding.
Adopted for use in Texas, the Pearson textbook omits the single most important fact about the scope of the explosion of diversity in the Cambrian.
Thank you for your nominations — including the silly ones. The staff of Discovery Institute’s Center for Science & Culture will be considering carefully.
Mr. Ham frames the distinction between intelligent design and creationism in a most helpful way.
Merely stating that an animal (like the peacock with its outrageous tail) exhibits trade-offs doesn’t explain how mutation and selection produced it.