When my mother was dying of Alzheimer’s disease and the sharp bodily decline that hits those in their late 90s, my wife and I brought her home for care.
Here’s the simple test to tell if scientists are exaggerating wildly. Let’s call it: “The Principle of Comparative Difficulty.”
It wasn’t until Jorn Dyerberg encountered ID researchers like Michael Behe that he gave it that name.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if half a million destitute children could be saved each year from blindness or death from Vitamin A deficiency?
What if scientists found a way to awaken such patients? That may be on the way.