What does the new book have to offer the perplexed today that previous works don’t?
Researchers may not call it ID, but what else do you call admiration for natural engineering that inspires attempts to imitate it?
At 6:41 pm someone tries to make a legitimate correction to the Wiki page on ID. By 6:43, an editor has undone the revision.
It’s a MONSTER because it’s 1007 pages, which means you’ll probably still be reading it when the Chicago Cubs are in the World Series again.
The point here, I think, is about standards that are unevenly applied. Is that evidence of axe-grinding? You decide.