While you are putting away all your white clothing until next summer, take a moment to consider the impact of labor on the development of evolutionary theory.
Ideas do indeed have consequences, but not all ideas play out the same way or weave their way in the history of ideas toward the same destination.
Says our colleague Professor Flannery, “I have little doubt that if Wallace were alive today he would be an ID theorist of the first order.”
One of the greatest naturalists of the 19th century, Alfred Russel Wallace (1823-1913) co-discovered evolution by natural selection with Charles Darwin.
We hear a lot of talk these days about “following the science.” But science rarely speaks with one unified voice.