The idea that random genetic mutations lead to wondrous, creative innovations is so influential that it forms the premise of a movie franchise, X-Men, that has grossed $6 billion.
He concludes that “evolutionary ‘just so’ stories” are examples of “wishful thinking starved of molecular details.”
Dr. Eberlin cites the quip that “evolution hopes you don’t know chemistry.” But intelligent design hopes you do!
Darwinian fairy tales about prehistoric Neanderthal proclivities and modern psychology are obvious junk science.
The question before us was whether anyone but journalists and other amateurs take the science of ID, “daft rube-bait” according to Kevin, seriously.