Giberson and Collins point to the feather as a prime example of a novel feature arising via blind evolution.
“We both wanted to play with guys, build forts and have snowball fights and play army… She played with my toys: Tinkertoys, dump trucks.”
Peter Singer has argued that animals, like humans, deserve protection because of their ability to suffer.
My title is adapted from a 2012 article by two philosophers, Alberto Giubilini and Francesca Minerva.
It includes a comprehensive scientific critique of Darwinian evolution, three chapters arguing against common descent, and four chapters about human origins.