College professors are not the only targets in academia who face discrimination because of their skepticism of Darwinism. Students can be even more vulnerable.
The main evidence that Dr. Scott cites to argue that chromosomal fusions aren’t necessarily deleterious comes not from humans but from horses.
This punctuated, even saltational increase in hominid skull sizes over time continues to be recognized in the literature.
How many Americans accept Darwin’s belief that human beings are the result of an unguided, purposeless process? This survey doesn’t come close to telling us.
Whether their question was chosen intentionally to inflate the degree of support for “evolution,” I cannot say.