Is it reasonable that two populations would independently hit on an adaptation by chance?
I asked David Berlinski and Michael Denton what they thought was the nub of intellectual difference between a thoughtful Darwkin skeptic and a thoughtful Darwin loyalist.
The problem these efforts face in the lab is exactly the problem faced by Darwin’s evolutionary mechanism in the wild.
So, do high levels of cholesterol biomarkers really suggest an animal affinity of Dickinsonia?
Denis Lamoureux unwittingly encourages Christians to embrace not a meaningful dialogue between faith and science but a self-imposed intellectual captivity.