The reviewers that insist this work is “ludicrous,” a “smear,” or a “hatchet job” are wrong; it is none of these.
Science reporters struggle for metaphors to describe the complex operations they see going on in the cell.
We’re going to need a new philosophy: one that can handle realities the Elizabethans and Victorians could never have imagined.
If fossils from Newfoundland have been interpreted correctly by paleontologists at Heidelberg University, they give more worries to Darwinists.
As imaging techniques approach nanometer resolution, the detailed workings of molecular mechanisms reveal precision engineering designs.