Talk:Stephen C. Meyer

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New Yorker review of Darwin's Doubt[edit]

The review, titled Doubting "Darwin's Doubt" contains several quotable bits, starting with:

"We’ve been here before. The intelligent-design movement was born more than two decades ago, in the wreckage of creation science, and the idea is closely associated with the Discovery Institute, the Seattle think tank where Meyer works."

I still prefer Stephen Jay Gould's 1989 book about Walcott's work on the Burgess shale, Wonderful Life, to anything I imagine Meyer has to say. Sprocket J Cogswell (talk) 23:21, 3 July 2013 (UTC)