The nonsense will cease eventually. But eventually is a long way off, if Barbieri’s dilemma is any guide.
“The human part of science brings all the baggage and complexity that humans bring to every other discipline in science, and how could it be otherwise?”
We intelligent design proponents make one successful prediction after another, while Darwinism’s track record of failed predictions grows ever longer.
The differing perspectives of Tour and Rimmer result from the differences in their starting assumptions.
Laufmann and Glicksman point to essential systems within systems within systems — irreducible complexity cubed, if you will.