In 1987, a harmless graduate student who wanted to take on the dreadful giant neo-Darwinism might be an entertaining spectacle.
I’ve fussed about this point for a long time. And Discovery Institute colleagues have occasionally chided me for my obsession.
For the past few years, I have been telling myself, and students, “Conceive of design as a scientific theory as if Charles Darwin had never lived.”
We have a lonely hypothesis standing by itself in the center of the room, which no one, including its author, will own as true.
The tuatara genome is 5GB, making it enormous relative to other vertebrates — and full of surprises.