Darwinism sounds superficially plausible until one looks at real plants and animals with their irreducibly complex details.
Would it, in fact, be enlightening if you were to sit a Darwinist and a Darwin skeptic together for an extended period of time to talk and see what really lies at the bottom of their disagreement?
One of the untruths told about the modern ID movement is that it has no history to speak of.
Like Sherlock Holmes’s dog that did not bark in the night, the RS meeting is noteworthy for those speakers who were not invited.
The Wistar conference, which opened in Philadelphia on April 25, 1966, was the beginning of the end for neo-Darwinism.