If a Neanderthal walked down the street, appropriately dressed, you probably wouldn’t notice.
Cryo-electron microscopy is allowing cell biologists to see irreducibly complex molecular machines in three-dimensional glory.
As an exercise, count the number of lucky breaks that had to occur for the evolutionary story to work.
Organizers of the St. Louis World’s Fair believed human zoos would “shed light on the theory evolved by Darwin as regards the evolution of the human race.”
Swamidass got it wrong, and it’s perfectly appropriate for me to confront him on that. I wasn’t talking about any approach to human argumentation at all.