[Taxacom] Darwin's Doubt

Frederick W. Schueler bckcdb at istar.ca
Sun Mar 10 16:44:33 CDT 2019


I'm in a discussion group with some intelligent design enthusiasts, and 
this week we're going to be discussing "Darwin's Doubt: The Explosive 
Origin of Animal Life and the Case for Intelligent Design" - 
https://darwinsdoubt.com/ - which seems to me so far to be based on the 
argument from personal incredulity, but I don't know much about the 
evolution of protein folding, and I wonder what others have thought 
about this. I have seen this book called "a masterwork of 
pseudoscience," and it doesn't seem to explore the Great Unconformity, 
or the selection pressures that would have been present on an unsettled 
animate morphology moving into a completely vacant niche space...

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