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Granville Sewell: Darwinism as a form of losing one’s mind

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But if millions of scientists do it together, it seems like “consensus science”:

Before Darwin, nearly everyone, in every corner of the world, believed in some type of ‘‘intelligent design,” and the majority still do. That is for good reasons. Since the publication of Origin of Species, science has discovered that living things are far more complex and clever than Darwin ever could have imagined. So how did it happen that the majority of our scientists “lost their minds” and are unable to see the design in living things that is so blindingly obvious to the layman?

Granville Sewell, “How Science Lost Its Mind” at Evolution News and Science Today

In an age when objectivity is becoming science’s enemy in the United States and massive corruption is a norm in its former science competitor Russia, scientists can still make a virtue out of being true to Darwin. Wherever that lands them.

5 Replies to “Granville Sewell: Darwinism as a form of losing one’s mind

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    PavelU says:

    This paper shows how Darwinian macroevolution works:

    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/650648v1.full

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    Truthfreedom says:

    Time to re-write the atheists ‘Bible’… Err… I mean, ‘Modern Synthesis’/neo-darwinian ‘paradigm’.

    New chapters and verses will be added.

    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/jez.b.22915

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    bornagain77 says:

    PavelU apparently does not even read the papers that he cites but is just throwing stuff against the wall to see if it sticks, ,,,, Among other things they found,,,

    we overexpressed either the murine or human HES7 sequence and then halted its expression (Fig. 3b). Interestingly, both murine and human HES7 proteins were degraded more slowly in human PSM as compared with mouse PSM (Fig. 3b, c; Supplementary Fig. 6a), meaning that the changes in the degradation rate depend on the differences not in the HES7 sequences but in the cellular environments

    PavelU, you do realize that this finding is completely antithetical to your Darwinian belief that sequences in DNA ‘run the show’ in biology, (i.e. ‘the central dogma’), do you not?

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    Axel says:

    ‘So how did it happen that the majority of our scientists “lost their minds” and are unable to see the design in living things that is so blindingly obvious to the layman?’

    ‘Who pays the piper, calls the tune,’ is the saying I believe. Is not most research, in academia and elsewhere, funded by the multinationals* at the discretion of their CEOs and Board ? They would not want their corporate ‘ethic’ constrainede by moral/religious considerations, still less, perhaps, their own personal life-styles.

    * I suspect that the term, ‘large corporation’ is preferred to ‘multinational’, which has such unfortunate overtones of zero loyalty to the country of its provenance or any other country.

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    Bob O'H says:

    Axel – very little funding of evolutionary biology comes from corporations, it’s almost all from governments. So I’m afraid your theory is wrong.

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