Mindless adherence to stereotypes is one of the most effective weapons in Darwinism’s arsenal.
The National Center for Science Education (NCSE) is already mocking SB 893 as the “Tennessee monkey bill.”
Surely, genuine “skepticism” is not a position one takes, but rather an approach to evaluating claims.
Krauss’s A Universe from Nothing is a superior and accessible rehashing of the concept of the “landscape,” also known as the “multiverse.”
You are witnessing a real-time scientific trial. (And they say intelligent-design advocates don’t do those!) Here we go.
“None of the common Ice Age mammals and birds responded to any of the climate changes at La Brea in the last 35,000 years.”
If you’re like me, you have wondered why many Darwinists seem consistently unwilling or unable to grasp basic points pertaining to their opponents’ arguments.
Stephen Meyer’s challenge remains one of the most enduring and potent challenges to materialistic accounts of the origin of life.
There are several funny things about the interview Dawkins gave the BBC to describe his new “scientific” survey.
For the body politic, policies that take natural selection seriously will increasingly restrain human life and freedom in the face of competing animal and ecological interests.