Just thought I'd throw a bomb in the room.
Stefan said at the beginning of his Karl Marx vid:
"Darwin had an explanation for where we came from that was quite credible and remains quite credible to this day..."
I couldn't disagree more. Darwin's myth was never credible and I venture to say a large % of scientists realize this but are not willing to say so. However, many famous scientists have said so, including Stephan Jay Gould, Niles Eldredge and David Raup. Yet the charade goes on, fueled by politics--what else is new?
There is a very interesting pamphlet called "Darwin's Creation Myth" by Alexander Mebane that can be bought here. Lest you rabid atheists start going on about Bible-thumpers, here is the prefatory note to this pamphlet:
"A recent catalogue of 'anti-evolution' writings reveals the rather dismaying fact that, historically, almost 90% of such publications have based their arguments on the axiom that reliable information is to be found in the creation-myths of the ancient Hebrews. Let me make clear at once that this essay is not in that category! Today, no mind that has not been warped by childhood 'imprinting' could find anything to take seriously in those naive and self-contradictory old fables, whose absurdity became evident to unbiased minds some two centuries earlier than that of the later, more plausible creation-myth of Darwin. The ingenuous hopes of countless imprintees cannot wish away the fact that the multiply-punctured credibility of those old fables is simply not capable of ever being re-inflated. Although we stand (and have stood for more than a century) in dire need of a creation-myth more rationally defensible than that of Darwin, it is fatuous to hope to find one in the legends of primitive peoples."
Anyway, Stefan, if you read this, it would be great for you to find and interview an expert in this field who can enlighten you and your listeners. Darwin was wrong, was always considered wrong by credible scientists including at the time of the publication of Origin, admitted fatal flaws in his "theory," yet the charade has been continued all these years. It's part of the propaganda efforts of the farmers to maintain their position over us livestock. Seems a topic right up your alley.