That’s what priest and professor of science education Michael Reiss argues.
He concludes that “evolutionary ‘just so’ stories” are examples of “wishful thinking starved of molecular details.”
Lang and Rice cite a number of articles to show that loss-of-function mutations are just a small minority of those found in studies of organisms.
In their own scientific research, psychologists David Dunning and Justin Kruger have offered the Dunning-Kruger effect.
Perhaps it is awe-inspiring to evolutionary biologists to try to work a puzzle, trying to find how everything is connected by common ancestry.