Proponents of the ruling theory tell us that we are all undoubtedly intelligent enough to fully grasp their theory, as long as we concur with it.
How does life emerge from that which is not alive? This mystery exercises a peculiar fascination, with the power to elicit remarkable feats of imagination.
Contrary to popular and media myths, Darwin’s view of evolution faced from its beginning opposition and criticism from scientists that have never gone away.
In an excerpt from his new book, Professor Flannery identifies Darwin’s principal failing in developing his theory.
As I asked in a previous post: Why is Alfred Russel Wallace today a comparatively little known figure next to Darwin?