Such fallacious reasoning is ubiquitous in evolutionary thought. It is everywhere.
Delicate and delightful, ladybug beetles are the insect everyone loves.
The only thing Fox’s theory of enzyme origins has going for it is that it came from Keith Fox.
Plants respond to light, but they do not “see.”
It’s all in the spin, isn’t it? Chirping chipmunks – sorry, prairie dogs – knock down the “the last bastion encircling human exceptionalism.”
What can bacteria collected around a university campus tell us about adaptive radiation?
The argument is important for the inanity of its logic and its implications for human exceptionalism and the protection of innocent life.
Airbrushing science to suit a fashionable ideological agenda. What do you call that?
Why is understanding Dr. Wells as a person important? Because in assessing anyone as a guide to anything, integrity must count for a great deal.
Scientific materialists must live in a state of cognitive dissonance.