For Darwin defenders, seeing ourselves reflected in animal eyes and faces is actually kind of a lose-lose proposition.
The ease with which evolutionists attribute near-perfect structures to blind evolution is astonishing. Case in point: the cochlea in the human inner ear, with its “amazing” sensitivity.
Cells use molecular vehicles that carry cargo on networks of “highways.” Some scientists can’t avoid the comparison to modern vehicular traffic.
Is mankind making the planet hotter in a discernible, catastrophic way?
“Do I love you because you’re beautiful?”, the prince asked Cinderella, “or are you beautiful because I love you?” Rodgers and Hammerstein posed a thorny question.
A mysterious creature now seems a little more mysterious.
We’ve been keeping something from you, dear readers, but now it can be told. The evolution debate is about to undergo a paradigm shift.
Stay with us, Larry. And follow the logic.
We’ve always said that private doubts about Darwinian theory are far more widespread in scientific life than the media let on.
“When, after a Christmas visit, we watch grandma leave on the train to Miami, we assume that the rest of her journey will be an extrapolation of that first quarter-mile.”