The Darwinian fundamentalists suddenly ceased grooming each other and started chattering excitedly about a video of Rand Paul addressing Kentucky home schoolers and declining to say where he stood on the issue of creationism.
While the creationist home school crowd continued to listen politely and attentively to Rand Paul after his remarks, the Darwinists started wildly throwing coconuts at the candidate for U. S. Senate.
The creationist crowd took Paul's refusal to answer their question with measured aplomb, and sat there politely while he finished his talk. But social dynamics in Darwinist communities often include threatening displays by their more dominant members when there is any deviation from accepted group opinions. In fact, despite the common belief that they are intellectually tolerant, this characteristic is hard to find among them, and is often punished when found among their members.
Experts continue to believe that Darwinists are capable of rational thought and other traits characteristic of humans, but research into the question continues.