A Canadian government panel wants MDs (and nurses) to have lower conscience rights than veterinarians.
There is something incongruous about the very notion of genuine immutable “taxon-defining novelties” if Darwinian evolution is true.
Dr. Snoke asks about the probability of an information-processing system appearing spontaneously in nature — say, one that sorts rocks on the Moon.
For biological “information,” Dr. David Snoke suggests “communication” may be the more accurate term.
The gastrointestinal system demonstrates irreducible complexity because every component has to be present for it to be able to do its job.
Well timed with Michael Denton’s latest, a new book by Noam Chomsky and Robert Berwick makes fellow evolutionists uneasy.
If you thought that evolutionary explanations for the Cambrian explosion couldn’t get any more convoluted, check out the latest proposal.
Many in the United States see Canada as the exemplar of the kind of country we should be.
Geneticist Dan Graur of the University of Houston is implacably opposed to intelligent design.
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