One reason, he says, is the “relentless” growth of the ID movement, in academia and around the world. This conversation is itself evidence on the latter point.
Soil biodiversity is still a black box. Some scientists are beginning to explore the global underground that services the health of plants and animals.
Dr. Miller gives a brief summary of his talk on the fine-tuning of human vision. We’ll be doing a full episode with him on that subject soon.
The existence of progenitor food crops (edible plants) on Earth was a necessary starting point for the availability of our food.
Less time and more complexity are compressed into an impossible challenge for evolution.