UCEs are conserved structures that are not functionally constrained. Yet there is not so much as a hint of a problem for evolutionary theory.
Collins refers to the “backward wiring” of the vertebrate eye, characterizing it as flawed from an engineering perspective.
A premise here is that abstract thought is a unique human endowment, so our colleague Wesley Smith will also find this of interest as a scientific test of human exceptionalism.
Why are evolutionists always wrong? And why are they always so sure of themselves?
A corespondent draws our attention to a comment from atheist and “poetic naturalist” Sean Carroll, in his recent book.