Censorship, once indulged and condoned, doesn’t end just because one taboo debate has been suppressed.
We argue about what the revered and beloved thinkers of the past believed about evolution because most of us have the inkling that their wisdom was greater than our own.
Those who think the evolution debate is just about evolution had better think again. It’s about the freedom of scientific discussion and inquiry.
As always, the work is solid and interesting, but is spun like a top to make it appear to support Darwinian evolution more than it does.
“More intolerance in higher education than in all the mountains of Tennessee.”
A severe intellectual sclerosis in scientific and popular media is one big reason that arguments for intelligent design meet with such resistance there.
Perhaps many Darwinian biologists take speciation on faith. It’s always someone else who has explained speciation.
Any sufficiently advanced extraterrestrial intelligence would be indistinguishable from God.
Investigators initially thought that a completely reproductively isolated population of polychaete worms had been established in the lab.
TalkOrigins’s section on “The Fruit Fly Literature” is the single longest section of alleged examples of speciation in the FAQ.