Convergent evolution is a problem for Darwinian evolution because it means that biological similarity does not necessarily result from inheritance from a common ancestor.
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Information-rich functional machines don’t pop into existence merely because their presence would be advantageous.
In impeding the emergence of genetics, Darwinian evolution was a science stopper, and not for the first time.
This is what happens when journals and media disqualify critical analysis of Darwinian explanations by fiat.
For this memorable event in Greater Philadelphia, speakers will include Doug Axe, Jonathan Wells, John West, and Brian Miller.
The concept of a “DNA Code” has a long pedigree in genetics. But what about the other nucleic acids?
The editors intentionally sought out divergent perspectives on a variety of science and faith topics.
“Natural selection won’t work to make the first cell.”
Math points to a reality beyond our physical realm, not entirely dissimilar to the way biology does.