In a startling turn of events, modern science has called into question Darwin's theory of natural selection. But what will become of evolution? Will it survive? Here, I explain why science itself has put molecules-to-man evolution on the endangered species list.
The recent discovery of Homo Naledi has summoned culture to re-evaluate what it means to be human. Yet, in keeping with predictions issued one year ago through BFM, Homo Naledi has only further confused evolutionary paradigms. What does this mean for the broader field?