“Scientists do love a good story,” says Keas. “Turns out there are plenty of stories we shouldn’t believe.”
Brahe, a 16th-century Danish astronomer, sat on his astronomical research for years, rather than sharing it with Johannes Kepler, his assistant.
On what seems like almost a daily basis, some new ID-friendly scientist emails us out of the blue to make contact with kindred spirits.
These atheists are finding the “Darwinian tower” less to their liking, and are laying down their bow and arrow.
Most in the science world wouldn’t have the guts or the generosity or the adventurousness to praise a book about intelligent design that way.