Professor Flannery discusses the Greek philosopher Anaxagoras (ca. 500-428 B.C.), who was one of the first to articulate an argument for design in nature.
The Brown University biologist is still out there, reassuring the world that unguided “evolutionary mechanisms” comfortably explain the wonders of biology.
He lived out his life at his comfortable rural estate, Villa Il Gioiello, on the hillside outskirts of Florence.
Take a look inside the university’s Cupples Hall where, down in the basement, psychological tests, “including pain testing,” were conducted on evolutionary “missing links.”
I admire the decision by host George Noory to have Professor Keas on to challenge the audience.