Creation Bits

This blog has been superceded, and is only here for archive purposes. The latest blog posts, depending on topic, can be found at one of the blogs at the new location!

These are very uneditted and underthought ideas that I get while debating the creation/evolution debate. This is the more-often-updated but less-thought-out version of the crevo blog.

Saturday, September 17, 2005

Invoking Darwin an Afterthought in Most Research

Philip Skell has an excellent editorial in The Scientist as to why biologists invoke Darwin. As he points out, Darwin is very rarely useful to experimental science, but almost all research is given some sort of Darwinian speculation. Anyway, I've pointed this out before to Darwinists who say that all biology rests on Darwinism. Perhaps now they will at least listen rather than write such arguments off a priori.

Honestly, read some biology papers, and you'll almost always see in the conclusion some sort of Darwinian myth being foisted upon the evidence, where it wasn't really even in play for the experimentation itself.

Anyway, you can read the editorial for yourself here.

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