Posts Tagged ‘Emphases’

Professor James Tour accepts Nick Matzke’s offer to explain macroevolution

In my last post, A world-famous chemist tells the truth: there’s no scientist alive today who understands macroevolution, I wrote about Professor James Tour, who is one of the ten most cited chemists in the world – and a Darwin skeptic. Professor Tour is not an Intelligent Design proponent, but he is openly skeptical of… more

A world-famous chemist tells the truth: there’s no scientist alive today who understands macroevolution

Porfessor James M. Tour is one of the ten most cited chemists in the world. He is famous for his work on nanocars (pictured above, courtesy of Wikipedia), nanoelectronics, graphene nanostructures, carbon nanovectors in medicine, and green carbon research for enhanced oil recovery and environmentally friendly oil and gas extraction. He is currently a Professor… more

Whose side are you on, Professor Coyne? What Anatole France really said about miracles

Here’s a question for skeptics. Is there any evidence that would convince you that the laws of Nature can be suspended, and that miracles do indeed occur? Interestingly, modern-day skeptics are divided on this issue. Professor P. Z. Myers and Dr. Michael Shermer say that nothing would convince them; while Professor Jerry Coyne and Professor… more

Factors shaping the ontogeny of vocal signals in a wild parrot [Research Article]

Karl S. Berg, Steven R. Beissinger, and Jack W. BradburyParrots rely heavily on vocal signals to maintain their social and mobile lifestyles. We studied vocal ontogeny in nests of wild green-rumped parrotlets (Forpus passerinus) in Venezuela. We iden…

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