Neither lack of evidence nor conflicting evidence stopped the author from drawing far-reaching conclusions.
The origin of the ingeniously intricate long necks in sauropod dinosaurs has been postulated to have arisen more than 35 times independently.
Personally, I am quite sympathetic to the dissenting view of my paleontologist colleague Simon Conway Morris.
Tim Berra thought evolution was like the diversification and progress seen in Corvette models. Now, another evolutionist makes an analogy for extinction.
It was disappointing to see the inaccurate representation of ID, along with the poor scientific epistemology.