“Lee did not wave a flag for his own piece but a look turned it up. He writes the WSJ’s Science Journal column. Today’s is a very good example of explanatory journalism with an edge. It explains lucidly, with a touch of news, why antibiotics keep backfiring — breeding resistant contagions almost as efficiently as if that were the meds’ purpose. The story also links to an online discussion with readers. One such doesn’t like his piece, arguing that little selections of traits are hardly evolution. Lee replies effectively and, in the bargain, raps faith-based critics of evolution.”
WS Journal: Drug resistant bacteria? It’s elementary Darwinism, KSJT, June 9, 2007
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