It arises each night from its coffin. It cannot be killed by any natural means. By now, it has extremely bad breath.
The conclusions that Stephen Meyer draws in Darwin’s Doubt continue to be supported by new evidence.
While Stephen Meyer pointed out this paper’s most fundamental flaw, there are many other deficiencies. I focus on nine total in this article.
The authors of a paper in Current Biology present the problem of the Cambrian explosion — the rapid emergence of new forms of animal life — as it own solution.
It’s surely not a coincidence that this season in science-journal publishing we’ve seen a variety of attempts to solve the enigma that Stephen Meyer describes in his new book, Darwin’s Doubt.