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Are Humans Evolving? Depends on Your Definition. - Article
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... to as “evolution.” Without clarifying which definition is being used, confusion could easily result. And with such vague definitions that are offered for evolution―such as “the change in the genetics of a species over...
Can Divergent Species of Snakes Interbreed? - Article
Larry Vardiman, Ph.D. - ... taxonomies of their progenitors. Consequently, part of the definition for species--according to evolution--is that they will not interbreed and have offspring. Animal species are often identified by distinctive characteristics such as...
The Impetus for Biological Change - Article
Nathaniel T. Jeanson, Ph.D. - ... that reproductive compatibility is at least a part of the definition of kind. Hence, if two creatures can successfully interbreed, they're likely members of the same kind. Furthermore, this means that all the land-based biological diversity we...
Four-Winged Dinosaur Definition Doesn't Fly - Article
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... feathers. Modern scientists seem to hold a broader, looser definition of dinosaurs, and a new fossil find has found its way into the often-blurred region between dinosaurs and birds. Was it really a dinosaur? An international team of...
Werner Arber: An Honest Evolutionist? - Article
Lawrence E. Ford, Sr. - ... to address his particular concerns. A central issue was the definition of Darwinism. In one message, Dr. Arber wrote: From my scientific point of view, the essential pillars of Darwin's original publications are (1) the existence of phenotypic...
On the Changing Definition of the Term "Species" - Article
Kenneth B. Cumming, Ph.D. - ... think that surely by now scientists would have agreed on the definition of this fundamental term in systematics--species. In truth, while most biologists would quickly offer their preferred definition when asked, each could also be unsettled by...
Speciation and the Animals on the Ark - Article
Daniel Criswell, Ph.D. - ... Ark. However, the science of how speciation occurs, and the definition of a species versus the biblical kind, does explain how many variations of the same kind of animal can arise quickly from small populations, such as those on Noah's Ark....
Students Surprised to Find Noah's Ark Feasible - Article
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... "species,"a modern term that seems to bear as many definitions as there are researchers who use it. What about the biblical detail given in Genesis, which noted seven of each bird kind—probably meaning seven pairs of each bird...
Mudcracks and the Flood - Article
William A. Hoesch, M.S. - ... children love to play in. Geologists give it a more formal definition: a mixture of water, silt, and clay that may be either semi-fluid or soft and plastic. The conversion of mud to mudstone involves, primarily, a loss of water. Loss of water,...
The Microwave of Evolution - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... seems to suggest this ability as at least a preliminary definition. This type of "evolution," if one wishes to call it that, does not take a million years. Recombinations of existing genes in the created genome for the kind, under...
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