I enjoyed Wilson’s book, and I learned a lot from it. But this biography’s most interesting feature is its firm rejection of Darwin’s theory of evolution.
Discovery, wonder, learning, exploration: That’s what we want young people to experience in science class.
As Ann Gauger explains, there’s a gap of about a million years between when Australopithecines seem to depart from the fossil record and when modern humans unambiguously appear.
I hardly dared to dream that, as an early Christmas present, 2017 would close with a final blow to the Out of Africa story.
Scientists in Western cultures have been trained to see the world through a materialist metanarrative where the only acting players are matter and energy.