We stand at a remarkable period in the history of biology, whose features were diagnosed by T.S. Kuhn:
“The proliferation of competing articulations, the willingness to try anything, the expression of explicit discontent, the recourse to philosophy and to debate over fundamentals, all these are symptoms of a transition from normal to extraordinary research.” The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1970, p. 91)
Let’s begin with Gerd Müller’s opening talk at the Royal Society Extended Evolutionary Synthesis meeting… on 7 November 2016, where he argued that standard evolutionary theory (abbreviated SET) failed to explain central phenomena in biology. More.
Here’s the .pdf
Standard evolutionary theory (usually known as Darwinism) makes it easier for an incurious teacher to stumble from one school year to the next. No wonder educrats hate people like Paul Nelson for messing with it, right or wrong.