Darwin himself could take refuge in an “Evolution of the Gaps” scenario where confirmation of his theory would emerge with time. Modern Darwinists don’t have that luxury.
So, do high levels of cholesterol biomarkers really suggest an animal affinity of Dickinsonia?
Boodin’s view that science and metaphysics could mutually inform one another was full of promise.
Dawes and Smith say they’re simply describing (as a “matter of fact”) the history of science.
The interview is very accessible to the non-scientist and, in my opinion, is one of the best discussions of the major issues in this debate I have ever heard.