Before Darwin, nearly everyone, in every corner of the world, believed in some type of ‘‘intelligent design,” and the majority still do.
At a moment’s notice, Darwinists can spin forth a just-so story about the habits of Paleolithic man. With a little imagination, no doubt you could tell such an after-the-fact story yourself.
Overlapping genes, or “nested coding,” was anticipated by microbiologist Siegfried Scherer.
What can be said of Darwin and the Darwinian Revolution in the dusk of 2009, fifty year after its original publication? Is it a terrible book?
Stephen Meyer sat down with me for a quick video discussion of an extensive research project that, until now, has been deliberately kept from public.