Dr. Howard Glicksman goes beyond a discussion of irreducible complexity to something he calls “natural survival capacity.”
It’s a MONSTER because it’s 1007 pages, which means you’ll probably still be reading it when the Chicago Cubs are in the World Series again.
Whether the context is Wikipedia or the academic scene on the Iberian Peninsula, the scientific “consensus” on ID is maintained by shutting down debate and silencing scholarship.
The point here, I think, is about standards that are unevenly applied. Is that evidence of axe-grinding? You decide.
Dr. Harris had been a modest donor to the Wikipedia Foundation. This drew a solicitation email from executive director Katherine Maher.