Hybridization (Research Article)

Hybridization (Research Article)

We’ve referenced hybridization multiple times throughout this article series but not discussed what it is. To an extent that is not needed.  Most people somewhat intuitively know what a hybrid is. However, given what we discussed about species in earlier chapters, an in-depth analysis is needed to determine what we mean when we discuss hybridization. … Continue reading Hybridization (Research Article)

Punctuated Equilibrium

Punctuated Equilibrium

One of the most egregious examples of the creation-evolution debate being divorced from the evidence was the punctuated equilibrium hypothesis proposed by noted evolutionists Stephen Jay Gould and Nils Eldredge in 1972.  Recognizing that traditional  Darwinian evolutionary mechanisms were failing to explain variation, Gould and Eldredge proposed that instead of slow, gradual changes, evolution changed … Continue reading Punctuated Equilibrium

It Just Gets Worse

It Just Gets Worse

Editors Note: This article contains thematic elements likely not suitable for young children. Read with care. Just when the moral cesspool that is our culture seems to have hit rock bottom, it somehow manages to seep through and find a level lower than the previous one.  There has been a spate of negative news articles … Continue reading It Just Gets Worse

Baraminology (Research Article)

Baraminology (Research Article)

Baraminology is a product of numerous creation minded thinkers over the last half-century or so attempting to classify creatures according to the Biblical kind. It is a very young, relatively, field of science and has not progressed as far as perhaps it could have.  This is due to a combination of strong opposition from the … Continue reading Baraminology (Research Article)