Is evolution in decline?
Is evolution in decline?
Bill Dembski (2006) predicts that within a decade evolution will no longer be accepted.

History of the "imminent demise of evolution." The list of "Darwin doubters"

According to Web of Science (online) the number of articles using the keyword "evolution" was:
2013 - 52,152 2001 - 25,509
2012 - 50,136 2000 - 23,451
2011 - 46,450 1999 - 22,736
2010 - 44,022 1998 - 20,850
2009 - 42,834 1997 - 19,475
2008 - 39,714 1996 - 18,120
2007 - 37,452 1995 - 16,668
2006 - 35,185 1994 - 15,470
2005 - 34,848 1993 - 13,953
2004 - 30,302 1992 - 13,485
2003 - 29,297 1991 - 12,008
2002 - 26,021

1991 was the first full year that SCI was online.

This translates into an average annual increase in "evolution" citations of almost 8% per year.
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