Unlike Darwin, Wallace thought that biology, chemistry, and cosmology proclaimed clear evidence of intelligent design.
Charles Darwin always recognized to some extent the problem of removing all vestiges of intelligent causation from evolutionary processes.
“There is a desire for the theory to be true in spite of the science,” says Cornelius Hunter, “not because of the science.”
Thinking about all the species of animals, birds, and fishes, it becomes apparent that each one requires a certain type of food, suitable for its anatomy.
The nonsense will cease eventually. But eventually is a long way off, if Barbieri’s dilemma is any guide.