Was C. S. Lewis an enemy of science? The apparent answer to this question is no.
James Lovelock has pointed out that atmospheric levels of oxygen much above about 25 percent, let alone 30 percent, would cause raging conflagrations today.
The error is not completely different from imagining that natural selection really can do what creative intelligence — foresight! — can do.
The passionate focus on evolutionary relationships in biology papers tends to obscure awe at the wonders in life.
Or in a rock? Or a snowflake? This is a common contention from ID critics.