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|That retraction will be included in the paper on CSI that Dembksi publishes in a math journal. IOW, don't hold your breath.|
It could happen.
|10. William Dembski // Oct 14th 2006 at 11:48 pm |
Allen: Pardon me for not being impressed with the threat of having a course “delisted.” As for being willing to argue the evidence and its interpretation, please refer me to any of your writings in which you lay out the positive case for evolution (why you are a believer) and your refutation of ID. URLs will be fine. As for evolutionary theory being so much richer than strict Darwinism, this holds little water with me, especially since most attempted refutations of ID look to the power of natural selection (have a look at my intro to UNCOMMON DISSENT — the book — in which I spell out why Darwinism is the core of evolutionary biology). Oh, please stop the whining about ad hominems — you seem to give as good as you get. Finally, Baylor and I have patched up our differences — I have good colleagues there in a number of departments and some active research projects with them which I expect will in the next year to bear fruit.
Comment by William Dembski — October 14, 2006 @ 11:48 pm
I expect an impending Waterloo for evolution to be forthcoming.
Edit: Oops, I hadn't read the whole thread through when I posted. Keiths beat me to the punch.
The problem for Dembski is that he hasn't figured out that if you're going to fight a metaphorical Waterloo it's best not to be on the losing side.