Dr. Günter Bechly notes three contradictions at odds with Darwinian gradualism.
This book is built on solid science. It’s going to be harder than ever for critics to spit it out just because they don’t like its taste.
He offers as an illustration the widespread skepticism in the physics community toward the possibility of anyone ever building a perpetual motion machine.
The association with “mainstream science” is often weaponized as a way of overawing us and persuading us to stop expecting answers to hard questions.
Mike and Andrew have a good time considering the range of ways in which the preemptive, prepublication review fell short.