The main evidence that Dr. Scott cites to argue that chromosomal fusions aren’t necessarily deleterious comes not from humans but from horses.
Scott confidently asserts that because of mutations the beta-globin pseudogene “isn’t going to do diddly. It’s just going to sit there.”
Subboor Ahmad points out correctly the work self-censorship does now, so that overt censorship doesn’t have to exert itself so much anymore.
Dr. Luskin makes the interesting observation that the New Atheists took off initially following the Dover ruling, seemingly fueled by it.
Sarah Jones essentially argues that worries about critical race theory have been ginned up by conservative provocateurs.