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“Beyond mere matter”; Homo electronicus?; Misunderstood again; and more!
It’s the sort of headline that both excites us and worries us: will National Geographic News’s portrayal of “evolution vs. intelligent design” be fair and balanced?
Small brains can do big things. Big brains can miss the obvious.
Diminutive insects have tiny brains in comparison to humans, but they can still perform complex feats, such as counting, categorizing, and differentiating between shapes. This led researchers in the latest issue of Current Biology to suggest that it’s not the size of the brain that determines intelligence.
Slow science news week? Try some science fiction instead.
Although we often have the urge to parody evolutionary suppositions, there’s really no need. Evolutionists provide the best self-parodies of their own worldview—rife with self-refutations and bombastic claims.
A Guardian columnist turned her crosshairs toward the Creation Museum this past week. Are her criticisms anything new?
Are creationists the only ones pointing out the “dark side” (the perturbing implications) of Darwin’s view on life’s origins?
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