Here’s one of his lectures:
Physiologist Noble doubts Darwinism, and does a good job of identifying problems with the Central Dogma and other stuff* that just hangs around forever. Darwinists say they are phasing it out. But they don’t need to if they can phase out the careers of people who know it is bunk instead.
So lots of people want a meeting.
*Note: For that matter, there’s Dollo’s Law:
That said, patterns we assume to exist may not hold up. A classic evolutionary doctrine, “Dollo’s law,” claims that traits once lost can never be regained. But bone worms, for one example, seem to break this law, in that the males are roughly the same size as the females, instead of being the usual thousands of times smaller for their type of worm. Frogs, snapdragons, and snakes, among other life forms, apparently also break the law with impunity. From The Smithsonian, we learn that evolution is indeed reversible:
But who comes out and says outright, it’s just history?
See also: Denis Noble on physiology rocking evolutionary biology
Talk to the fossils: Let’s see what they say back
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