Saturday, November 17, 2018 |
Column: Operation ID —
Topic: ID —
The ENCODE Embroilment, Part IV
Rewriting History Won't Erase Bad Evolutionary Predictions
by Casey Luskin
While many evolutionists adamantly maintain that the vast majority of the human genome is junk, even in the face of the ENCODE consortium's compelling experimental results, others have tried hedging their bets by embracing ENCODE's research. In fact, some of the latter even attempt to revise history by claiming that evolutionary biology expected all along to find what ENCODE found: mass functionality in the human genome.
Others are more forthright. They don't deny evolutionary biology's bad predictions, . . .
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