“Molecular Darwinism” – like Abe Vigoda – is still not dead
In the next five years, molecular Darwinism—the idea that Darwinian processes can produce complex molecular structures at the subcellular level—will be dead. When that happens, evolutionary biology will experience a crisis of confidence because evolutionary biology hinges on the evolution of the right molecules. I therefore foresee a Taliban-style collapse of Darwinism in the next ten years.
How’s that working out for you Bill?
(See here if you need the Abe Vigoda reference explained).