Wells encourages more than a modest dose of skepticism, and gives the example of the supposed “backward wiring of the vertebrate eye” as a case in point.
This brand of scientific ideology requires a “God of the gaps” — Eugene Koonin’s “present model” — to explain away mysteries like the origin of life.
Oh, and the book just got an endorsement from physicist and Nobel Laureate Brian Josephson at Cambridge University.
We hear a lot of talk these days about “following the science.” But science rarely speaks with one unified voice.
We may be in a precious window when ID scientists can still reach any interested reader, anywhere in the world, any day of the year.