Regardless of what you think of her work, I respect the fact that she has generally striven to maintain civility in the Darwin debate.
In Seattle, instead of children, people have dogs.
“For a nonscientist it’s very difficult to figure out what to think …”
Stanford law professor Michael McConnell tells it plainly to the NCSE’s Eugenie Scott.
We argue about what the revered and beloved thinkers of the past believed about evolution because most of us have the inkling that their wisdom was greater than our own.