Evolution is to me obviously true.
It also is pretty obvious that Woods Hole is being bigoted and irrational in this case. Furthermore, their attitude is antagonistic to the spirit of free, imaginative thinking which is necessary in science, as it is in many other areas of human affairs.
It is a shame that such as case ever arose, and that it now must be adjudicated in our clumsy, inefficient, wasteful, and uncertain legal system. As I tell youngsters, “If you simply do what is right in the first place, you will avoid most of life’s problems.”
I’m firmly for evolution also and this case just stinks.
Abraham’s beliefs did not conflict with his work...even his statement’s don’t necessary conflict with evolutionary thinking. It’s well known that the eye evolved independently several times, I’m sure the same is true with the heart.