I've done a lot of research and a lot of writing about kinds in recent months which anyone who has regularly read the blog will be well aware of by now. I wanted to take one more article and discuss the concept, however, because this is something I did not address in much depth in … Continue reading Reproductive Isolation and Baraminology
An idea has been combing through my brain recently regarding natural selection and the process of variation. I'm certainly not abandoning natural selection as a mechanism. There is no dispute, it happens. However, what I'm considering is whether natural selection is a strong enough force to create the massive amount of variation we observe in … Continue reading Is Natural Selection Enough?
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-viz6i-aa35e1 Host Emory Moynagh talks post-flood speciation models and what likely happened when the animals got off the Ark.
Evolutionary scientists recently announced a study that many are claiming is proof of evolution in vertebrates. However, as usual with evolutionary ideas, there is a lot of smoke and mirrors going on which obscures the facts. Words are being thrown around which are being used to mean multiple things without a clear change in meaning. … Continue reading Conflating Natural Selection with Evolution