James Tour Focused on Science, Dave Farina on Character Assassination: So, Who Wins?

Alexander Vilenkin, atheists, Avi Loeb, biology, character assassination, Charles Lineweaver, Chemistry, Christoph Adami, Darwin-skeptics, Dave Farina, David Berlinski, Denis Noble, Discovery Institute, enzymes, Evolution, genetic fallacy, Ian Tattersall, Inference (journal), James Shapiro, James Tour, Jean-Pierre Luminet, Jeremy England, Lawrence Krauss, Lee Cronin, Life Sciences, Martin Rees, Noam Chomsky, polymers, polynucleotides, polypeptides, Professor Dave, Professor Dave Explains, proteins, Richard Dawkins, RNA, specified information, The Workhorse of the Cell
Professor Dave’s attacks undercut his credibility as a spokesman for his own view. If he had the truth on his side, there’s no reason he would behave this way. Source
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Critics Respond to Stephen Meyer’s New Book (Without Mentioning Him by Name)

Alan Guth, Alexander Vilenkin, Arvind Borde, BGV, Bible, Big Bang, Christianity, CMBR, cosmic fine-tuning, cosmic microwave background radiation, cosmology, critics, Ethan Siegel, Evolution, Harry Potter, inflationary theory, Intelligent Design, Judaism, Physics, Earth & Space, Return of the God Hypothesis, Singularity, Stephen Meyer, universe, Voldemort
The critics, including Ethan Siegel, appear to see Meyer much like Voldemort in the Harry Potter series. Source
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