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Evolution in-action, we aren’t worth their time, and more!
Another prominently reported example of “evolution” illustrates just the opposite—and supports the creationist critique of Darwinian evolution.
The differences in human skin color provide another example of how natural selection is different from evolution.
Penn State University anthropologist Nina Jablonski has told colleagues at the annual American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting that “The mechanism of evolution can be completely understood from skin color” and therefore “we can teach the principles of evolution using an example on our own bodies.”
What existed before the big bang? And can secular scientists and the Roman Catholic Church team up to answer that question?
A website run cooperatively by the Vatican and the Italian Space Agency aims to attract readers who are interested in a “greater understanding” of both scientific and religious answers to deep questions like, “If the [b]ig [b]ang was the start of everything, what came before it?”
A panel at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science tackled the often rocky relationship between science and religion.
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