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What Is Scientifically Significant?

A common measure in scientific papers is under fire, possibly invalidating thousands of research papers.

Keynote Speech at Biology Conference Falsifies Major Claim of Darwinism

Keynote speaker receives a friendly welcome despite the grim implications of his mathematical derivations for Darwinian evolution.

Basener, Sanford Defend Paper Critiquing Fisher’s Theorem, II

Bill Basener and John Sanford recently critiqued Fisher's Theorem, a long-trusted model for neo-Darwinism. Two evolutionary geneticists responded. Here is Part II their counter-response.

Basener and Sanford Defend Paper Critiquing Fisher’s Theorem

Bill Basener and John Sanford recently critiqued Fisher's Theorem, a long-trusted model for neo-Darwinism. Two evolutionary geneticists responded. Here is Part I their counter-response.

Father of Neo-Darwinism Condemned with Faint Praise

At a lecture meant to honor the late R. A. Fisher, father of neo-Darwinism, an evolutionist was on the spot to try to say something nice.
Gregor Mendel, 1822 - 1884

Mathematician and Geneticist Team Up to Correct Fisher’s Theorem

A new paper corrects errors in Fisher's Theorem, a mathematical "proof" of Darwinism. Rather than supporting evolution, the corrected theorem inverts it.

Three Mavericks Who Won

The loner, not the consensus, is sometimes the one whose views get traction in science. Here are three historical examples.

Scientific Method Evolves

There is no scientific method. There are customary procedures that depend on the field; these are subject to mutation and artificial selection.

Darwin and Complexity: Another Genetic Solution?

It remains one of the biggest obstacles to belief in evolution that a random, unguided process could build an eye, a wing or any of thousands of complex structures.
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