What can be said of Darwin and the Darwinian Revolution in the dusk of 2009, fifty year after its original publication? Is it a terrible book?
Since 2007, Hunt has been claiming to have refuted Michael Behe’s thesis that irreducible complexity cannot arise by mindless evolutionary processes.
As Darwin himself said, in a scientific context, “A fair result can be obtained only by fully stating and balancing the facts and arguments on both sides of each question.”
A little-known fact about intelligent design is that the majority of it scientists already perform their work alongside colleagues with differing views.
Whoa! I’m trying to remember the last time a Darwinist agreed that I “may have a point.” It’s a good day.