Darwinian theory proposes that the astoundingly intricate machinery of the cell developed step by tiny step, by natural selection acting on random mutation.
The alternatives are despair and death, or hope and life.
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.