“Remove the sun,” wrote Isaac Asimov, “and the human brain would not have developed.”
Yesterday we saw how, in a new paper, Warren Allmon and Robert Ross reformulate the argument for evolution from homologous structures.
The paper contains a very important concession.
Due to the tradition of professional scientific writing, major developments in scientific literature often arrive muffled in language so bland or technical as to be totally missed by a general reader.
It is an enormous problem to explain how such capabilities evolved.