While I packed for my July/August speaking tour of Queensland, Australia, science writer Stephen Buranyi dropped an 11-page bombshell in London.
Medicine isn’t just about curing illness anymore. It is also a resource facilitating lifestyle enablement and the fulfillment of subjective personal desires.
Wherever you look in the fossil record you stumble upon problems for the Darwinian story and evidence that is better explained by intelligent design.
I have no problem with this work in mice. But the scientists want to take this technology into human experimentation.
The lure of Lamarck was exemplified most strikingly in the case of Viennese biologist Paul Kammerer and the unhappy affair of the “midwife toad.”