We continually see unscientific assertions among the Times‘s own writers about a simple matter easily discerned from any embryology textbook.
"I consider it the most important — and dangerous — litigation in bioethics today."
Much gratitude is owed to Colby College historian of science Joseph Martin for his candid defense of lying in the context of public discussions of science.
I have operated on quite a few children (at least five) with what physicist Karl Giberson would call a "tail."
In The Descent of Man, Charles Darwin cited the tailbone (coccyx) as a supposed vestigial feature.