How Science Lost Its Mind

Quoting from How Science Lost Its Mind, by Granville Sewell

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Writing for The American Spectator, Jay Homnick has observed:

It is not enough to say that design is a more likely scenario to explain a world full of well-designed things. Once you allow the intellect to consider that an elaborate organism with trillions of microscopic interactive components can be an accident… you have essentially “lost your mind.”

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(Hat Tip: Uncommon Descent)

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