Alas, Coyne’s review of Darwin Devolves has too little intellectual content to sustain any real engagement.
Duke University professor Alexander Rosenberg has until now held the prize for the most over-the-top demonizing of the mild-mannered biochemist.
This book is built on solid science. It’s going to be harder than ever for critics to spit it out just because they don’t like its taste.
I’ve been busy lately with a big landscaping job for the neighborhood evolutionist.
“Darwin’s mechanism,” Behe shows in the new book, “works chiefly by squandering genetic information for short-term gain.”