If you want your sons and daughters to be well educated about evolution, then hope their biology teachers don’t rely on materials from the Genetic Science Learning Center.
David Barash is an evolutionary biologist known for delivering a yearly talk to his students disabusing them of the idea that science can be reconciled with religious faith.
A central problem for theories of unguided evolution has always been the challenge of building complex biological novelties.
With a proposal for human/chimp hybrids, evolutionist David Barash vents his rage against religion.
The successful births came from DNA taken from fetal, not adult, cells. That is the usual course in this research.