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The Never-Ending Problems In Evolutionary Biology - Article
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - ... by Depew & Weber said, “. . . evolutionary biology remains a turbulent, dynamic area of biology and of science in general” (American Library Association, choice card #356-57, v. 33). Many unsolved problems in evolution...
New Initiatives in Creation Research - Article
Nathaniel T. Jeanson, Ph.D. - ... initiative in the life sciences, with a specific emphasis on biology. With several decades of creation research already behind us, you may ask, "Why research? Why biology?" The general purpose of research at ICR is two-fold. First,...
Brave Evolutionary Teachers: Person of the Year? - Article
- ... de Waal of Emory University has nominated “the brave biology teachers of this nation who teach evolution despite the opposition they encounter.” In the November 26, 2007, issue, he claimed, "Without evolution, there is no...
Bad Science in Kansas Science Textbooks - Article
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - ... unscientific statements made by taxpayerpaid public school biology textbooks (some of which are used in Kansas).When compared with the caecum of a horse, the caecum and appendix of humans is thought to be vestigial. (Oram, Biology, 1994, p....
Bill Nye the Evolution Guy - Article
Christine Dao - ... main idea in all of biology is evolution," Bill Nye recently told Popular Mechanics.1 He was responding to the results of a Penn State survey of U.S. high school biology teachers, only 28 percent of whom advocated teaching evolution. "Science...
Does Medical School Need Courses in Evolution? - Article
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... program courses on the supposed basics of evolutionary biology and biosystematics. He attempted to defend the idea that evolution needs more emphasis for those being trained in fields that have made radical progress in recent decades in...
Common Ancestry and the Bible--Discerning Where to Draw the Line - Article
Nathaniel T. Jeanson, Ph.D. - ... the first of several key research questions in origins biology--the nature and meaning of taxonomy. This month we discuss the question of the extent and limits of common ancestry. What is the origin of the species that are alive on earth...
Restoration Ecology - Article
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - turn to supports the creation model. One fascinating field of biology is called restoration ecology. After the violent eruption (both magmatic and phreatic) of Mount St. Helens in May of 1980, the features surrounding the mountain looked eerily...
Lobe-Finned Fish Supplies Surprises - Article
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... survey of these storied fishes in the journal Current Biology.1 They analyzed DNA sequences from 71 adult coelacanth fish. The team analyzed the most variable region of the mitochondrial chromosome, the "d-loop." After 400...
Press Release 12 01 2011 - Article
- ... 2011 /Christian Newswire/ – A University of Texas biology professor is hoping that he can tell all Texas state employees where they can and cannot give their own money this Christmas. Professor David Hillis, who teaches integrative...
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