Episode Three of the TV series Darwin’s Brave New World, shown in Australia on ABC1 in November 2009, is titled “Publish and Be Damned”. In this episode, the speakers bang a drum with “natural selection” on one side and “change” on the other. They make a lot of noise, but none of it equates to evolution.
Alfred Russel Wallace trumps Darwin
The film opens with a few snippets from the previous episodes, including Prof. Richard Dawkins’ gratuitous comment that “Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection explains everything about life; its complexity, its beauty, its diversity.” Then we see Darwin completely frustrated because another naturalist, Alfred Russel Wallace, living in the jungles of Malaya, has just come up with a theory similar to his own—conceived during a bout of malarial fever, and in the space of a couple of hours.2Continue Reading on creation.com