[asa] Ken Miller reviews Behe's book

From: <cmekve@aol.com>
Date: Thu Jun 28 2007 - 18:04:44 EDT

In the June 28 issue of Nature, Ken Miller reviews Mike Behe's new book The Edge of Evolution.? Here's a few quotations from it.

"Yet, at the heart of his [Behe's] anti-darwinian calculus are numbers not merely incorrect, but so spectacularly wrong that this badly designed argument collapses under its own weight."

"It would be difficult to imagine a more breathtaking abuse of statistical genetics."

"What the book actually demonstrates, however, is the intellectual desparation of the intelligent-design movement as it struggles to survive in the absence of even a shred of scientific data in its favour."

Info on why he thinks this?is outlined in the rest of the review.

Karl V. Evans

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