It’s a particularly crude example of how confirmation bias works — how else would you explain this story? — not only among lay people but among top researchers.
On his radio show today, Eric Metaxas talked with philospher of science Stephen Meyer about the reissue of an expanded version of the Ur-text of intelligent design.
As Yale’s David Gelernter has said of Darwinism, to challenge it is to “take your life in your hands.”
Perhaps one of ENCODE’s staunchest critics has been Dan Graur, a molecular evolutionary biologist at the University of Houston.
We may dispute what Darwin felt or thought in the privacy of his study — but the bulk of his writings fall clearly into advocating for one perspective: naturalism.