Burgess’s lecture confronts one of the most common abuses of science aimed at suppressing the evidence for design in biology.
A gold rush makes sense. But a copper rush? Not so much. And yet, perhaps there is more to gold than aesthetics.
Darwinists easily obtain a global microphone to rant against intelligent design, while ID advocates silently gain adherents. Is it a sign of desperation?
The article is like a thermometer measuring a fever among evolutionists.
Long described as useless leftovers of evolution, pseudogenes are rising from the junk pile as functional entities.