Of course, there’s a page on the subject, and you guessed it, they deceptively minimize the theme of eugenics and racism in the book.
It’s always refreshing to find a journalist who has thought through the scientific issues related to intelligent design for himself.
Writing with Arthur Herman, he proposes a cheap and technologically very attainable alternative to waiting passively to see what comes of North Korea’s growing ICBM collection.
The picture of life that biologist Scott Turner sketches in his recent book is remarkable, and not easy to fully take aboard in your mind.
It’s an excellent way to supplement what students are learning about the scientific evidence on biological and cosmic origins.