Nelson offers a comparison from the world of dating. We’ve all seen it: the supposedly content pair where one partner is in fact clearly “looking around.”
In one paragraph Lents et al. twice cited sources they thought contradicted Behe, and twice suggested he ignored or dismissed contrary evidence.
Most of us think of science as the enterprise of seeking truth by formulating hypotheses and testing them against the evidence. This is empirical science.
The human eye is for seeing, whether or not it has any effect on genetics. However, this common-sense view has a problem.
Does a turtle swim ashore and lay eggs, or to lay eggs?