That much-diminished meeting on rethinking evolution, remember, which couldn’t really come off, or not much anyway?
Some of us thought it would go the way of the firm that used to teach the peace sign to grizzly bears. But here it is again:
New trends in evolutionary biology: biological, philosophical and social science perspectives
Monday 7 – Wednesday 9 November 2016, The Royal Society, London
Organised in partnership with the British Academy by Professor Denis Noble CBE FMedSci FRS, Professor Nancy Cartwright, Sir Patrick Bateson FRS, Professor John Dupré and Professor Kevin Laland
So, are they going to uncork the bottle? At this point, it almost doesn’t matter whether they do or not. Acknowledging the questions that Darwinism does not answer is the biggest problem that the bureaucratic organization must get past. Acknowledging other possible solutions is second.
Hey, honesty could well amount to more jobs in the sciences. Why fight it?
See also: What the fossils told us in their own words
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