An insightful question posed by J. Warner Wallace borrows a metaphor from a typical murder investigation.
It’s the single dreamiest, most unsupported idea in all of science, making Darwinian evolution look like a really solid bet by comparison.
Because it’s really a march for something that undermines good science.
The popular picture of Charles Darwin casts him as the assiduous, objective gatherer of scientific data, only reluctantly reaching the conclusion he did.
New 3D computer climate modeling casts doubt on the hubbub of one month ago.