The video asks, “Where in your experience do things like language, proofreading, nanomachines, and information-rich code come from? You know the answer.”
“I fought … tooth and nail on the question whether Wikipedia articles should dismiss [ID] and other nonstandard scientific theories without a hearing.”
Yet a lot of people out there still think Wikipedia is meaningfully “vetted” and if you find an inaccuracy, you can “Update it then. That’s the entire point.”
I was reminded of this by an exchange today on Twitter, or X, or however somebody “rebrands” it tomorrow.
Reproduction is the most fundamental characteristic of life. We see it happen everywhere, so we may feel there is nothing “unnatural” about it.