On Cambrian Explosion, Biology Journal’s Special Issue Betrays Cause for Darwin Doubts

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The strength of a theory can be gauged by how well it stands up to attacks and how well it incorporates new evidence. Source
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Vindicated But Not Cited: Paper in Nature Heredity Supports Michael Behe’s Devolution Hypothesis

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The literature is looking at the same data that intelligent design proponents are looking at, making similar observations, and asking similar questions. Source
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Doctor’s Diary: Evolution in the Country of the Blind

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Fans of H. G. Wells are probably familiar with his 1904 short story, “The Country of the Blind.” Source
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