I’m interested in “science as a cultural domain,” too. And here’s a great illustration of how the culture changes.
The evidence of purpose and design permeate life at every level, and this evidence presents ever increasing challenges to all theories of undirected evolution.
Reporters should be reticent to fix the legally significant label “creationist” to nascent science education bills.
Endosymbiotic theory essentially maintains that mitochondria arose by virtue of a symbiotic union of prokaryote cells.
The David Coppedge case stands as an egregious instance of intolerance toward scientific dissent, so much so that it merits your attention and action, for Caltech runs JPL under contract with NASA, a government agency, and is thus indirectly accountable to the electorate, by which I mean you, dear reader.