Christian Landry is the Principal Investigator of a lab at Laval University in Quebec, doing really interesting work on cellular networks.
I will close by revisiting the question of why people doubt Darwin and reject evolution — something discussed in my first post on this paper.
The Darwinian view encourages a way of interacting with others where the aim is to “humiliate [one’s] lesser brethren, just to remind them who’s boss.”
An evolutionist dismantles natural selection, then tries to rescue it with his own theory. It won’t work.
Something immaterial can’t have an effect on the material realm, presumably, so how would it be selected as advantageous by Darwinian natural selection?