Denton on Explanatory Power of Evolution
Michael Denton, in highly technical terms, questions the explanatory power of evolution for speciation…as far as i can tell. He explains that while microevolution, which is an observable process, is a scientific certainty, the transitional forms which would provide supporting evidence for macroevolution are absent. He also appeals to several examples of complex biological processes and abstract biological features which provide no survival benefit, bringing into question the possibility that they developed in response to survival pressures. This is the first in a three part series.