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"Unlikely Events" Fallacies:
I disagree with the claim that highly improbable events are always happening.
Fisher, Huxley, Shapiro, and Dembski have published fallacious arguments intended to show that highly improbable events often happen.
Wald published a similar article which also contains a fallacious claim.
Miller made a serious error in a discussion of evolution rates.
Darwin published a fallacious eye complexity discussion.
Dobzhansky, Ayala, Stebbins and Valentine published a fallacious Typing Monkeys argument.