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Doubting Dawkins – even Darwin, too

17 April 2018

7:46 AM

17 April 2018

7:46 AM

One of the most popular pieces in last Saturday’s Weekend Australian reported a controversial scientific hypothesis proposing that the evolution of life on planet earth is a result of comets from outer space. It’s a pertinent reminder as to how science can be dogmatically pressed into the service of a particular ideology, while the thesis of intelligent design is immediately dismissed out of hand.

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