If you deny that probabilities apply to a physical process, you’ve abjured science — you no longer have a scientific theory.
Science goes badly off the track when it succumbs to ideological pressures — as it did with the eugenics movement.
A less class-bound kind of protectiveness was shown to Darwin in the United States by Professor Asa Gray of Harvard University.
The shift in tone from then to now is remarkable. What happened to the awe these systems used to inspire?
Sputtering nihilists have turned their rage on the idea that someone, somewhere, could be thinking that the unborn man or woman is a miracle worth protecting.