I am old enough to remember when, during the cladistics revolution, parsimony was the Final Referee with the Loudest Whistle.
Without this ensemble of fitness in nature, there would be no wood, no fire, no metallurgy, no modern technology.
For the last forty years, population geneticists have repeatedly said that our population was never smaller than several thousand.
Ewert proposes that life is best explained not by Darwin’s hypothesis of an ancestry tree, but by a modern design-inspired hypothesis.
Winston Ewert’s results are a Copernican Revolution moment.