Oh, the horror.
It is widely known that Hoyle was a proponent of panspermia, the notion of intergalactic “seeding” of planet Earth.
With evolutionary theory holding sway in the media and academia, it’s little wonder we rarely hear about these connections.
The problem is there simply is no free lunch. Evolutionists can try to avoid the science, but there it is.
Extending far beyond mules, rampant hybridization observed in the living world portends a scientific revolution.
Human judgment and insight, especially trained human judgment and insight, are irreplaceable.
Rob Brooks decries “tribal thinking.” Doug Axe replies skeptically.
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Howard Smith blunts Stephen Hawking’s assertion that “The human race is just a chemical scum on a moderate-sized planet.”
Dr. Behe’s signature argument in Darwin’s Black Box would be seriously bruised if it turned out otherwise.