It is, I believe, a revelation about our scientific culture and particularly about the trust we should place in a “science consensus” that should shake us to our bones.
Anyone who’d spoken up, says Professor Egnor, would likely have lost his career. He points to a striking parallel.
Certainly, we find organisms that are “morphologically intermediate,” bearing resemblances to organisms that came before and others that came later.
Berlinski tempts Peter Robinson to ask him whether he still considers himself an agnostic.
In butterfly “evolution,” new findings show mechanisms at work other than random mutation and natural selection.