The core difficulty for some scientists who read Michael Behe’s book is also the key idea at its heart.
He has a different take on imperfection, one more optimistic than one might expect from someone who writes about what’s wrong with us.
University of Illinois professor S. Jay Olshansky argues that it is time to shift medicine’s focus — starting at age 65 — away from “life extension.”
Beauty does not come from randomness. It is beauty, not ugliness that must be explained.
Whenever a complex system of systems works at all, it seems counterproductive to attempt a “bad design” argument.