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Beneficial Mutations have still not been found in the wild, though their existence was confidently predicted in the 1940s.
In the classic tradition of the dialogue, this one-hour play has Darwin and Galileo debating issues raised by us having evolved.
Darwin’s theory of natural selection cannot qualify as science, according to an article on http://www.takeondarwin.com: it’s a teaching in a system
In a comparison made between the actual progress of evolution and how it would have progressed if the mechanism had been genetic mutation and natural selection, the two progress in opposite directions.
Does believing in evolution inevitably involve believing in determinism--that all human behavior and thinking is entirely subject to physical laws? Or can there be choice in the matter? Finding
Science-writer Shaun Johnston has posted online the script for a 40-minute play designed to stimulate discussion among biology and philosophy student groups on the mechanism and meaning of evolution
Where’s the white hot furnace that powers evolution? For Darwin it lay in natural selection. The “Modern Synthesis” relocated it to genetic mutation.
Natural selection was never a good idea, according to Contrarian Evolutionist author Shaun Johnston in the second of a series of articles published at http://www.takeondarwin.com.