This entire thread of evolution is less about science, than it is about history and politics. Some discuss points in natural history sort of like a spear from an ancient battle to prove the historical accuracy of a battle. Others fixate on political agenda and censoring, as though we are defending a tradition. I am one of the few sticking to science. Discussing evolution as science is exception in terms of how the subject is being addressed. Read all the posts so far. The majority of the posts look like liberal arts education.One can tell a tree by the fruit it bares. Evolution is not about critical thinking skills but conformity to party themes. All areas of history makes use of science to help define and validate data points. One may need to use forensic science to find smoking gun data. The historian is less interested in the nuts and bolts behind the science that validates that data. The historian is more about the bottom line; after data acceptance. Evolution is not any different from history. One does not ponder and discuss the underlying assumptions used by the support science. One blindly accepts the data, if the support science says it is OK. The reason for the divide, is due to the divide between history and science. Regardless, it useful to talk about some of the fundamental science behind life and the data of evolution, even if political science and history is the basis of modern evolutionary theory; liberal arts, and this is not part of these subjects. Maybe liberal art evolution needs to be moved to humanities or politics and away from science and philosophy since there is little science or logic in the bottom line bias. In my last post I showed how water, via the water and oil analogy, can cause a lowering of entropy allowing chaos to be subdued into order. The God of Chaos is an important bottom line theory used by the history of evolution. Lack of critical thinking skills, in liberals arts, makes the fuzzy dice approach appear like life saver. It may be hard to see the significance of chaos being placed in shackles; protein form exact folds. This renders many data assumptions moot. This is why we need a topic called the science of evolution, while moving the history and liberals arts of evolution to another place. The liberal arts of evolution prefers to bully religious people than seek truth or discuss science.