When Tour gets done, the narrative we all learned in high school biology class is in shreds on the floor.
Listen in as Dr. Jay Richards discusses the issue of consensus in science, and when to doubt such a consensus.
People who cannot agree on the details of a single theology, or any theology at all, do agree that nature gives an “overwhelming impression” (in Denton’s words) of design.
Berlinski schools Steven Pinker, the famed Harvard cognitive psychologist, on the relevant math, reminding him that “poorly defined problems very often lead to absurd solutions.”
The traditional “Out of Africa” theory is being abandoned as weakly supported by evidence, in favor of a welter of other hypotheses.