Review of a Review
By UNCOMMON DESCENT
Added: Fri, 04 Sep 2009 23:00:00 UTC
Thanks to Catalin for the link.
Dear Richard Dawkins – what is new in your book?
Dawkinsâ new book is reviewed in the Economist.
How humans are related to chimpanzees—and to cheese mites and cherry trees too, Sep 3rd 2009, The Economist,
From the review there are no new arguments, just more of the same polemical rhetoric and the same tired old evidences. If this is the best RD can do then Darwinian evolution is clearly on its last legs.
Does Dawkins really appeal to the homology of skeletal plan which could be equally evidence of common design, or to the fossil record with all its out of place fossils including a Jurassic Beaver, Carboniferous dragonflies and Cambrian vertebrates.
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