One example of fantasy science, according to Durston, is the multiverse.
Michael Behe is a biochemist, leading proponent of intelligent design, and a wise guide to understanding the wonders of life with its mysterious “purposeful arrangement of parts.”
A philosopher and a bioethicist want a “Jane Goodall” to come forward as “an ambassador for rats.”
Here are some thoughts prompted by a rather curious question posed to me in an email, namely, “What were the findings that most helped ID since the turn of the millennium?”
Dyson points out that the highly improbable is actually quite probable by invoking “Littlewood’s law of miracles.”