This is nothing short of a spectacular vindication of Stephen Meyer’s perspective in Darwin’s Doubt.
He built up to his final act of treason against politically correct expectations with his last book, The Kingdom of Speech, a repudiation of Darwinism.
From Johannes Kepler to Max Planck, scientists have seen their work as much more than merely uncovering how things work.
Even Richard Dawkins can’t quite shake the idea that a sublime world like ours doesn’t come about by chance, but by “intelligent design.”
Much as the world appreciated the “noble and poetic moment,” at the time it could be waved away as mere poetry — more sentiment than science.