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Defining Evolution 20: The Case for Biblical Creation (A Chapter not Strictly Necessary)

You know what I love? Aside from Nachos, I mean. I love applying transitions and animations to Power Point Slide Shows. I had spent a Wednesday evening in my home office paradise, making a presentation that was truly boffo, and … Continue reading

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Defining Evolution 19: The Epic Evolution FAIL Slideshow

Another Thursday had arrived, but the story actually begins the night before. What does a Rent-A-Friend do on a Wednesday night? The answer to that mystery can vary from week to week, depending if there is a new Duck Dynasty … Continue reading

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Defining Evolution 18: Homologous Features

I was walking through the snow saturated winds on my way to Danny’s Bar, Grill, and House of Rabblerousing, cursing the name of Al Gore and wanting to scream out loud, “WHERE IS MY GLOBAL WARMING!?!?” You see, it was … Continue reading

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Defining Evolution 11: Genetic Drift/Migration & Changes in Allele Frequency

“Hello again friends,” I said, standing tall, root beer in hand, “and welcome back to another discussion certain to get hate from people who don’t understand either side of the debate. When it comes to Creation vs Evolution I find … Continue reading

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Defining Evolution Ch 10 Summary: Natural Selection

When Darwin said that Natural Selection was the means by which species originated, did he mean that? When you open up the book and read what he said, you find that the title, like much of what he wrote, was … Continue reading

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Defining Evolution 10: Natural Selection

“Nowhere was Darwin able to point to one bona fide case of natural selection having actually generated evolutionary change in nature…Ultimately, the Darwinian theory of evolution is no more nor less than the great cosmogenic myth of the twentieth century.” … Continue reading

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Defining Evolution Ch 9 Summary: Problems with Survival of the Fittest

Darwin vaguely suggests that “Natural Selection” and “Survival of the Fittest” are the same thing, but when you look at EVERYTHING he says on that page of his book, you start to see that he didn’t really mean most of … Continue reading

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