Most journalists who write about evolution appear to have made their choice to be flacks and toadies for the godlike biologists.
The authors considered human evolution especially important, because they believed it supported their vision of racial inequality.
My attempt to disentangle this “case” forensically was to lead me on what was often a surprising journey of discovery.
Critics of intelligent design will have a hard time maligning Neil Thomas as a “creationist in a cheap tuxedo.”
If you like the idea of living in China, then the government using the Internet to tell everyone what to believe should sound like just the ticket.