As a top science journal tells the story, the Galileo myth is relevant only to attack those who challenge the establishment consensus.
Perhaps in ten years we’ll be having this conversation again — and perhaps at that time the Smithsonian Institution will give us all a more objective analysis of the evidence.
In my opinion, only one tooth fairy is allowed per theory, and this one has at least four, making its irrelevance nearly guaranteed.
More and more, the scientific establishment looks like a special interest group with biases of their own.
The humble squid astonishes scientists with its super-powers. Are these marine champions really the products of random mutations and natural selection?