Science has a future after all. But it isn't Darwinism.
A friend debuts in Forbes ...
Wow! Whodathunk it!
My friend Phil Skell appears in Forbes on the dangers of overselling evolution.
Imagine someone allowing my old friend to say that focusing on Darwin and his theory does not further scientific progress.
Of course it doesn't further scientific progress. It retards it.
Look, if Darwin is right, evolution is without meaning and purpose, and anyway, your evolved brain deceives you into believing that you have figured something out (when you really haven't figured anything out because meaning is merely the buzz of neurons ... ). Therefore you can't know what is going to happen. So there is no point in trying to figure it out.
Thanks, science. I assume you are cashing your final cheque ... too bad, we thought you would be useful.
Oh wait ... there are always successors to my old friend Phil Skell. Yeay guys, go for it! go for it!
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