Here again, hopefully it will help people interested in breaking through the absence of reason typical to the Darwinian creation myth. It is not really that complicated to do, once you get the basic pattern it is almost always the same. Whether they are talking about viruses or the older canards like the shape of our heads, their attempt at an absence of reason seems to remain the same through time.
In a way, it seems to me it could be a good scientific education for students to try to criticize Darwinism. That's probably why they are not allowed to.
Septeus is there too. His metaphoric parable could be polished up a little, yet I thought it was good. Maybe one of these days we'll have a good disagreement.