Natural Selection Questions and Answers
- Variation and natural selection versus evolution (from Refuting Evolution)
- Argument: Natural selection leads to speciation (from Refuting Evolution 2)
Atheopathy vs Science: Refuting New Scientist’s agitprop about evolution:
Evolution v natural selection
- Muddy Waters: Clarifying the confusion about natural selection
Does natural selection support evolution?
- Dear deer—when white ‘mutants’ have a selective advantage
- Bighorn horns not so big
- Defining terms: Evolutionist Dr John Endler’s refreshing clarity about ‘natural selection’ has been largely ignored
- The evolution train’s a-comin (Sorry, a-goin’—in the wrong direction)
- From ape to man via genetic meltdown: a theory in crisis
- Islands’ weeds don’t support evolution
- Well-armed water fleas and radishes
- What! … No potatoes?
- Molecular limits to natural variation
- Dawkins playing bait and switch with guppy selection
Do mutations that confer resistance to antibiotics, poisons, etc prove evolution?
- Anthrax and antibiotics: Is evolution relevant? (available in Spanish)
- Poison-resistant tomcods and the meaning of ‘evolution’
- Superbugs not super after all
- Patterns of change over time: organophosphorus resistance in the Australian sheep blowfly, Lucilia cuprina
- Creationist article ‘saved my favourite cow’
- Has AIDS evolved?
How does natural selection fit into a creationist paradigm?
- Darwin’s Finches: Evidence supporting rapid post-Flood adaptation
- Genetics: No Friend of Evolution
- “A Parade of Mutants”—Pedigree Dogs and Artificial Selection
Does sexual selection explain how features like the peacock's tail developed?
Does it take long periods of time for natural selection to occur?
- Brisk Biters—fast changes in mosquitoes astonish evolutionists, delight creationists
- Review of The Beak of the Finch: Evolution in Real Time
- Do toads goad snake evolution?
- Rapid tomcod ‘evolution by pollution’? Yeah, right … and wrong
What about peppered moths? Why are they frequently used to support evolution?
- Goodbye, peppered moths: A classic evolutionary story unstuck
- The moth files
- A recent attempt to restore the reputation of the peppered moth as an evolutionary icon falls flat
What about computer simulations allegedly proving evolution by cumulative selection?
- Weasel, a flexible program for investigating deterministic computer ‘demonstrations’ of evolution
- Genetic algorithms—do they show that evolution works?
- Genetic algorithms and robotic folly
- Genetic algorithms are irrelevant to evolution
- Spore: new game allows players to evolve creatures; should creationists be concerned? (see also a response to critics of this article)