How and when did some primates finally make it to Africa, which was an island until as recently as 16 million years ago, to set in motion the emergence of the human species?
The other day I commented that in the face of tragedy, Darwinism and its Janus face, scientific materialism, rob us of the ability to say anything truly meaningful.
That lone bright dot in the sea of dark is neither electric light nor rocket exhaust.
A striking contrast with how many Darwinian biologists might describe the same thing.
“The real story — what makes a bunch of boring experiments front-page news — is clearly the tiresome insinuation that human beings are ‘just like’ fruit flies.”