The video asks, “Where in your experience do things like language, proofreading, nanomachines, and information-rich code come from? You know the answer.”
The last few chapters deal with subjects that theistic evolutionists like to use against ID: Aristotle, Aquinas, and randomness.
It was disappointing to see the inaccurate representation of ID, along with the poor scientific epistemology.
He covers how “a lightbulb went on” for him about Darwinism, the fatal waiting time problem, why the ballyhooed extended synthesis fails to save the day for evolution, and more.
Harari’s assurance about building group cohesion is simplistic and woefully insufficient to account for common characteristics of religion.