Happy New Year! #1 Story of 2022: Evolutionists Admit Their Field’s Failures

Arlin Stoltzfus, Armin Moczek, biology, charity, conferences, cultural evolution, Darwinian theory, Douglas Axe, epigenetics, Eugene Koonin, Evolution, Evolution News, evolutionary development, evolutionists, Extended Evolutionary Synthesis, Facebook, Ford Doolittle, Günter Bechly, Günter Wagner, Indiana University, Intelligent Design, Maryland, Modern Synthesis, New Trends in Evolutionary Biology, Paul Nelson, plasticity, Royal Society, status, Stephen Buranyi, Stephen Meyer, tax credit, technical journals, The Guardian
If you’ve ever owned an automobile toward the end of its life, the situation will be familiar. Source
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There Is No Settled “Theory of Evolution”

biology, common descent, convergence, debates, directed mutations, Erik Svensson, Evolution, evolutionists, gradualism, just-so stories, lineage-specific biology, Lund University, multiverse, mutations, natural selection, naturalism, random causes, rapid divergence, saltationism, science, textbooks, The Conversation
What is evolution? In other words, what is core to the theory — and not forfeitable? It’s naturalism. Period. Source
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The Gollum Effect in Science, from Tycho Brahe to Today

academia, Andrew McDiarmid, astronomers, autopsy, banquet, Darwinian theory, Evolution, evolutionists, Gollum, history, history of science, Intelligent Design, Johannes Kepler, Michael Keas, Physics, Earth & Space, science, Times Higher Education, Tycho Brahe, Unbelievable?
Brahe, a 16th-century Danish astronomer, sat on his astronomical research for years, rather than sharing it with Johannes Kepler, his assistant. Source
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Three Realities Chance Can’t Explain That Intelligent Design Can

Apple iPhones, cars, College Physics, computers, Darwin Devolves, Darwinism, Evolution, evolutionists, Intelligent Design, jet airplanes, Michael Behe, nuclear power plants, origin of life, Peter Urone, physics, self-replicating machines, unintelligent forces
The argument for ID could not be clearer: Unintelligent forces cannot rearrange atoms into computers and airplanes and nuclear power plants and smartphones. Source
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Return of the Rafting Monkeys: Why Biogeography Is No Friend of Common Descent

Atlantic Ocean, biogeography, camera eye, Casey Luskin, common descent, common design, convergence, Emily Reeves, Evolution, evolutionists, Harvest House, humans, ID The Future, Intelligent Design, monkeys, octopus, optical engineering, Podcast, rafting monkeys, Renaissance, solar system, South America, The Comprehensive Guide to Science and Faith, universal common descent
Evolutionists have to propose, for instance, that Old World monkeys rafted across the Atlantic from Africa to South America on a natural raft. Source
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Happy New Year! #1 Story of 2021: Cambrian Explosion Goes Nuclear

arthropods, biology, Cambrian biota, Cambrian Explosion, Cambrian News, Charles Darwin, David Gelernter, Dickinsonia, Ediacaran organisms, Edicaran animals, Evolution, Evolution News, evolutionists, first appearance date, fungus, glide symmetry, Gregory Retallack, Ilya Bobrovskiy, Intelligent Design, latest appearance date, Mongolia, Nama Basin, Namibia, Neo-Darwinism, Peaceful Science, Science (journal), Stephen Meyer, University of Zurich, Vendobionta, Yale University
Here are two very interesting updates to my recent articles on alleged Ediacaran animals and the Cambrian Explosion. Source
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