Biology is a lavish display of sophisticated designs exceeding all human engineering to date.
For years people cited the wiring of the vertebrate eye as evidence of “poor design” in biology.
Dr. DeBenedictis’s basic argument is that there is a section of the human genome where two genes overlap, both of which are important for suppressing tumors.
The design hypothesis is not currently the consensus. However, as young scientists, we should courageously question what we are told.
The great question behind Steve Meyer’s new book is whether world-views can be objectively tested.