This week’s podcast is all about evolution and the (huge) problems with the current Neo-Darwinian Synthesis and provides some basic mathematical analysis to give the hapless evolutions something to shoot for:
There is an awful lot to unpack in this episode, and it is pretty dense. I make no apologies for that, but I have provided all of the evidence you need to investigate the ideas and points raised in this podcast below.
Let me state one thing very plainly here: Intelligent Design is not a scientific theory. It is a philosophical proposition. It cannot be easily tested, therefore is not scientific. If proponents of ID and/or Creationism can come up with a coherent, testable, verifiable, falsifiable scientific theory, then I think we will have precisely what we need in order to show the Neo-Darwinian Synthesis for the naked emperor that it really is.
Now, before you go on to the references given below – if you have not subscribed to my mailing list yet, be sure to do so here.
Here is the full documentary, Is Genesis History?, in full and freely available on YouTube:
(Full credit and profound thanks to longtime reader and good friend WB for introducing me to that video.)
The Uncommon Knowledge episode, “Mathematical Challenges to Darwin’s Theory of Evolution”, can be watched in full online, and I highly recommend it – this is one hour of truly superb information:
And here is the video of Dr. James Tour, “Professor of Chemistry, Professor of Materials Science and NanoEngineering, and Professor of Computer Science at Rice University in Texas” (so basically an egghead’s egghead), explaining the mathematical impossibility of life spontaneously arising from some sort of primordial chemical “soup”:
Dr. Sarah Salviander’s superb presentation explaining how the Genesis account of Creation corresponds with current scientific evidence:
And finally, if you would like to read through an absolute DEMOLITION of the entire field of evolutionary psychology, in ways that would make Inquisitors and torturers of old blanch, I recommend Dr. C. R. Hallpike’s book, Do We Need God to be Good? An Anthropologist Considers the Evidence.