Almost comically, they call us “Darwinists” again, even though we are not Darwinists.
Behe notes the oddity of having three authors on a book review — “It seems to me there’s something weird going on.” Agreed. It’s something I don’t think I’ve seen before. Yet despite the combined brainpower, the reviewers could not muster a substantive reply to his book’s main point. Maybe, Behe speculates, “They’re going to save their big points for when they aren’t writing in Science Magazine.”
I suppose it is weird to have scientists working together on this. We expected an onslaught, and DI didn’t disappoint. We have been ready for them. The Science review was like a “table of contents” of issues we identified. A couple hundred words is not enough to deal with even one thing in depth.