Take a moment and absorb the beauty of two photographs by our colleague Günter Bechly.
Of all the new icons that Jonathan Wells discusses, including cancer, the appendix, and walking whales, my sentimental favorite must be the human tail.
Animals have different ways of sharing information without having to invent it by mistake.
If you’re interested in seeing evaluations of the book by scientists who have actually read it, go take a look at the Zombie Science website.
The idea here is that, in different species, the same damaging mutation can be found in the same pseudogenes.
Chatting with Anika Smith, Dr. Meyer confesses that due to a “stodgy upbringing,” this was his first protest march ever!
If natural selection would have a hard time modifying one codon, imagine it having to keep track of three at once.
It was a great evening and everyone enjoyed celebrating Jonathan’s accomplishments including the new book.
Some organisms cause harm, but are well designed nonetheless. Here’s a second example.
Dr. Wells examines widespread falsehoods that evolutionists use to sway, and fool, the rest of us.