Neil Thomas, a professor and member of the British Rationalist Association, was a committed Darwinist and agnostic.
On the book’s 150th anniversary, a prestigious journal is catching up with Darwin critics.
Dr. Luskin discusses game parks, museums, fossil sites, and his PhD, including evidence that parts of Africa and Western Australia used to be connected.
Walter Bradley may not be a household name, but in a fair world he would be. He has changed many lives, and the world is a much better place because of him.
The implication is clear: the alien monolith has somehow bequeathed to him and his little tribe a sudden quantum leap in brain power.