Dr. Tyson’s imagination wanders from Enceladus, a moon of Saturn, to the Cambrian explosion.
These episodes will slip in smoothly in public school science classrooms, someday when all the schools reopen.
Andrew Berry, the Harvard biologist who conducts a Darwin pilgrimage each year for undergraduates to Darwin-related sites in England, responds to my recent post.
Avoiding serious discussion of design in nature (and of many other questions) fills a need.
In impeding the emergence of genetics, Darwinian evolution was a science stopper, and not for the first time.