The science establishment that silences evolution skeptics in academia might have a shred of a plausible case to make in its defense…if the science itself were on their side.
There’s a lot more going on in those sequences of nucleotides than we could have imagined.
The modern ideas aren’t like Lamarck’s notion about giraffes stretching their necks to eat leaves off the tops of trees, and then having offspring with longer necks.
When all else fails, look brave. Three Harvard biologists seek to face the daunting new challenge with an essay in Current Biology.
It’s a rare thing when we can get the Darwinists who spend so much time denouncing intelligent design to actually argue with us about the science.