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Salvo 45

Salvo 45

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Minority Reporter

A Finnish Bioengineer Touches the Third Rail by Denyse O'Leary


Randomness and chaos are much easier to market today than order, meaning, and purpose. The songs write themselves. Serious scientists, therefore, can find themselves in conflict with a view that is not so much an argument as an attitude to life, not so much a marshalling of evidence as a demand that posturing overrule evidence.

Case in point: Matti Leisola, a gifted Finnish bioengineer,1 started out as a good Darwinist. But he could not avoid the massive pushback from the evidence of design he . . .


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