Dr. Egnor gently points out that Dr. Ali has stumbled in understanding both what abstract thought means and what happens in certain rare cases of seizure.
It was Nathan Lents himself who wrote, “I’ve made mistakes, some I caught, others someone else caught. I always correct it the best I can. That’s what honest people do.”
Mike and Andrew have a good time considering the range of ways in which the preemptive, prepublication review fell short.
Yes, Nathan Lents, finally we agree: it is “A good day for thoughtful discussion of evolution.”
As Michael Behe notes, evolution is a “peculiar theory” all right and not surprisingly produces peculiar behavior from its proponents.