The Evolving Curtain

The Darwinian Regime Can't Hide the Emerging Clues to Life's Design

My family and I traveled in Europe recently. We saw Warsaw, Krakow, Vienna, Prague, and Weimar, all ancient seats of European power and history, and, in living memory, also subject to foreign occupation or control. I am old enough to remember the old Soviet regime that ruled these places, and the "iron curtain" that separated East from West. The Berlin Wall went up in 1961 and the world held its breath. The threat of nuclear war was very real. No one then could imagine the Soviet Empire ending peacefully or the Berlin wall coming down.

Yet that is what happened. A quiet revolution began in Poland in the 1980s; Hungary and Czechoslovakia followed, then East Germany. And in 1989, East and West came together to celebrate...


is the Director of Science Communication at the Center for Science and Culture at the Discovery Institute and a senior research scientist at Biologic Institute.

This article originally appeared in Salvo, Issue #50, Fall 2019 Copyright © 2024 Salvo |


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