Joined: Jan. 2006
History according to Denyse:
In the Harvardís origin of life project: Taking intelligent design seriously - sure, but what follows? thread, Denyse re-writes history:
|Just as NASA spent billions trying to disconfirm the Big Bang, Harvard will spent at least millions trying to disconfirm ID, where origin of life is concerned.|
Considering that NASA was formed after Sputnik was orbited in late 1957, when the steady state/big bang argument was already nearly settled and that the discovery of the Cosmic Background Radiation in 1964 utterly settled the controversy, I'd like to know when NASA had the time to try to disprove the Big Bang Theory.
I'd post a message on UD asking Denyse to substantiate this claim, but such wanton anti-ID tactics would never make it past the tard-filter.