I recently had a lively conversation with a former colleague at the Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research in Cologne.
Well, not exactly, but what he says here comes awfully close to hitting just that mark.
Behind all the myths skewered in Dr. Keas’s book lies the idea of religion cast falsely as a retarding force on science.
We take them for granted, but our ability to interact with the world through vision is beyond remarkable.
“Oh, Michael Behe happens to be a Catholic, therefore we don’t have listen to him on the science.” Well that’s poppycock.