Michael Behe writes on the Principle of Comparative Difficulty: If a simple task is too complex, then a more difficult task is impossible. It’s a way to know when scientists are exaggerating. They make grandiose claims about what they can do, but fail to show evidence for their most basic claims. If a high jumperContinue reading “The Principle of Comparative Difficulty Applies to Flat Earth”
Globe defenders use circular reasoning to defend heliocentrism, using assumption after assumption.