Based on my reading of thousands of Peer-Reviewed Articles in the professional literature, I’ve distilled a template for writing scientific articles that deal with evolution:
1. Darwinian evolution is a fact.
2. We used [technique(s)] to study [feature(s)] in [name of species], and we unexpectedly found [results inconsistent with Darwinian evolution].
3. We propose [clever speculations], which might explain why the results appear to conflict with evolutionary theory.
4. We conclude that Darwinian evolution is a fact.
Yes, it’s a fact, all right. About the mindset of the people who do that.
Wells is the author of The Myth of Junk DNA, which is not short of examples on that subject.
Here is an interview with Wells on the junk myth, “Yes, it is a Darwinist myth and he nails it as such”, here’s an excerpt from his book, The Myth of Junk DNA, and here’s his response to critics, “Jonathan Wells on Darwinism, Science, and Junk DNA”.
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