Archive for July, 2008

Posted by admin On July - 29 - 2008 Comments Off on Irreducibly Complex Carnivorous Plants?

I don’t remember the last time I saw Carnivorous plants featured in mainstream science articles.  This fascinating paper by a pair of scientists at the Max-Planck-Institute for Plant Breeding Research in Cologne, Germany provides detailed analysis that has significant implications for the current Darwinian paradigm. Carnivorous plants constitute a fascinating group of mostly independently arisen organisms. Their true nature was unrecognized for centuries by most botanists and other researchers, and they still present many open scientific questions conc erning habitats, functional morphology, systematics and especially the origin of species. Download the pdf paper HERE

Posted by admin On July - 24 - 2008 Comments Off on Altenberg 16: An Exposé Of The Evolution Industry – by Suzan Mazur

This is probably one of the very first intellectually honest approaches to a critique of Darwinism that I have seen in a very long time.  The Altenberg 16, as they are known are a true anomaly when it comes to anyone approaching the Darwinian camp with serious questions.  Suzan is no “newby” to journalism, nor to the subject matter, yet this is a fascinating read as she talks to the 16 distinguished scientists and philosophers and attempts to pitch her work to mainstream media.  Questions we just don’t get to see in media – at all. Will she be run out on  [ Read More ]