Evolution 101

by Zachary Moore (zach@drzach.net) · · · CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 · 6 subscribers

Evolution 101 is a weekly podcast that attempts to answer listener questions and explain evolutionary concepts in layman's terms.

Difficult Science In Simple Language
Those who argue against evolution claim that is is racist, and has been used to justify horrible acts of instutitional racism. Is this supported by the theory?
Difficult Science In Simple Language
It is often said that evolution is incorrect because it cannot account for information. This week, a good friend of mine explains information theory and why this criticism is misplaced.
Difficult Science In Simple Language
How does evolutionary theory explain the fact that humans don't have hair on their body except for a few weird places?
Difficult Science In Simple Language
Men have nipples, and yet they don't use them for lactation. How does evolutionary theory explain this?
Difficult Science In Simple Language
Critics of evolutionary theory say that this concept represents a fatal controversy. Are they right?
124 - Miscellanea July 15, 2006
Difficult Science In Simple Language
124 - Miscellanea July 15, 2006
This week, I answer several listener questions submitted by email.
Difficult Science In Simple Language
Is a biological foundation of homosexuality precluded by evolutionary theory?
Difficult Science In Simple Language
Is there any evidence against evolutionary theory that has been produced by those who deny it?
Difficult Science In Simple Language
A look at the science behind the techinque of radiometric dating. Also, listener email!
Difficult Science In Simple Language
Is evolutionary theory just useful for ivory tower scientists, or is it relevant to practical everyday life?