by Joanna Masel You might expect a professional evolutionary biologist like myself to claim that my discipline has nothing to learn from creationists. And I certainly do find all flavors of evolution-denialism sadly misguided. But I also find it reasonable to assume that any serious and dedicated critic should uncover something interesting about the object … Continue reading What can evolutionary biology learn from creationists?
by Donald R. Prothero One of the recurring themes at the February 4, 2014, debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham  was Ham’s continuous harping on a supposed distinction between “observational science” (science we can observe in real time) and “historical science” (science that must be inferred from the past). I was part of … Continue reading Is observational science better than historical science?