David Berlinski notes, “Applying Darwinian principles to problems of this level of complexity is like putting a Band-Aid on a wound caused by an atomic weapon.”
His choice of targets for criticism and for praise have a lot more to do with his particular agenda than the defects or merits of those whom he critiques.
Richard Buggs gives us a look inside the sausage factory where figures on the subject are calculated.
Darwinists have called it one of “nature’s worst designs,” “obviously a ridiculous detour,” asserting that “no engineer would ever make a mistake like that.”
The giraffe is one of those all-star icons of evolution, familiar from textbook covers, that falls apart on closer inspection.