Above is a picture of three children in the 1950s. One of them is me, the other two are not.
Fans of H. G. Wells are probably familiar with his 1904 short story, “The Country of the Blind.”
Darwinism is supposed to be a universal theory about biological diversity advancing through reproduction. Could such a basic observation be beyond its scope?
We transcend the strictly material forces that spur natural selection. We, alone in the known universe, are moral beings.
Did evolutionary scientists not understand these things already?