Good empirical science searches for explanations that fit the evidence. But another kind of “science” is committed to telling stories about unguided evolution.
Swedish scientist Arne Müntzing used two plant species to make a hybrid that underwent chromosome doubling to produce hempnettle, a member of the mint family.
Just because something can be counted as science does not automatically mean that it is true.
Never has it been more important to look beyond a superficial materialist worldview and see our lives again in a transcendent framework.
Evolution is an implication — that is, an empirical consequence — of design.