Dembski is writing a paper on punctuated equilibrium but doesn’t want to actually read any of Gould’s work and doesn’t seem to want to track down the quotes on his own, rather he is relying on the kindness of strangers. Says Dembski
Can someone provide me with the exact quote as well as with the exact reference? (The context: I’m writing about punctuated equilibrium being at best a slight variant of Darwinism and that even Gould realized this.)
In other news, Dembski is still puzzled over the fact that people don’t take him seriously.
(Hat tip to Official Uncommonly Dense Discussion Thread)
Filed under: Intelligent Design