When radical policies are proposed, the first step is to change the lexicon to make it seem less extreme, even mundane.
If fossils from Newfoundland have been interpreted correctly by paleontologists at Heidelberg University, they give more worries to Darwinists.
If you’ve ever tuned a violin, you’ll know that the arrangement of the fine tuners on the tailpiece, once you’re done, looks arbitrary.
As symbols of the perfection of human form, one might consider the Venus de Milo or Michelangelo’s David. But those don’t show the insides.
Swell. A few years ago we were promised experiments that would effect the brain would never be done in mice. They were right.