Tag Archive: relational context

Imagining that data historically supports evolutionary theory

human-evolution

1) Arguments in the evo-devo debate: say it with flowers! Abstract excerpt: A key question in evolutionary developmental biology is how DNA sequence changes have directed the evolution of morphological diversity. The widely accepted view was that morphological changes resulted…
Read more

Jumping back: Science or Pseudoscience?

rp_poster-from-jesse.jpg

Daily Comment November 21, 2014 European Science’s Great Leap Backward By Michael Specter Excerpt 1) “When politicians reject verifiable data and reputable research and rely instead on politics or desire, the results can be devastating.” Excerpt 2 with my emphasis)…
Read more

Meaningful dialogue, anonymous fools and idiot minions

human-evolution

I use definitions to describe differences in behavior. I do not define biologically-based facts in attempts to make the definitions fit into the context of ridiculous theories about the development of behavior. I am not an idiot. An idiot is…
Read more