Chance, necessity, and the war against science [Book Review]

BioScience 50 (1):79-87 (2000)
A wannabe mathematician-philosopher thinks he has figured out a way to demonstrate why evolution is wrong and intelligent design is the right answer.
Keywords intelligent designer  creationism  evolutionary theory
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DOI 10.1641/0006-3568(2000)050[0079:CNATWA]2.3.CO;2
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