What do we learn from this case? In today’s science world it is no longer sufficient to objectively describe some nicely preserved ancient fossils.
I had heard many public movement leaders say they wanted regular folks like me to engage, but they never really provided an opportunity.
I can hardly resist the temptation to say “I told you so,” or to jokingly remark, “Oops, they did it again.”
If the past is any guide, where the critics are substantive rather than snarky or patronizing, we’re in for a good debate.
Nothing could be timelier than a conversation between Jay Richards and Michael Medved about when it’s permissible to doubt a scientific “consensus.”