Intelligent Design

Scientists poke holes in natural selection

Science | Research shows the theory does not account for the complexity of genetics
by Julie Borg
Posted 9/21/17, 04:07 pm

The Darwinian concept of natural selection seems pretty straightforward: The most fit survive and pass their genes on to their offspring, while unfit organisms die off. But new research, published in the Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, shows survival is a lot more complicated, and natural selection is neither clear-cut nor provable.

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The Cambrian period and creation

Science | A spine-headed sea creature is one more example of God’s design
by Julie Borg
Posted 9/14/17, 05:32 pm

Paleontologists claim that 50 fossil remains they recently unearthed belong to a new species of marine predator that evolved 500 million years ago during the Cambrian explosion, a time during which multiple, anatomically distinct animal forms appeared suddenly in the fossil record.

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Freaking out Darwin

Books | How the co-discoverer of natural selection later ‘disassembled and demolished’ the theory of evolution
by Tom Wolfe
Posted 9/09/17, 01:38 pm

In The Kingdom of Speech—a runner-up for WORLD’s 2016 Book of the Year in the Science, Math, and Worldviews category—Tom Wolfe has fun with Darwinism and then linguistic theory.

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