Joined: Jan. 2006
On a slightly different subject, I loved this quote from your citation:
For example, one popular argument was “Okay, buster - can you do better?” The idea here seems to be that until you know a solution to the problems faced by string theory, you shouldn’t point out these problems - at least not publicly.
Sounds like the administration replying to critics of the war in Iraq.
ID's problem is that a better theory than ID was proposed in 1859 and it's gotten stronger every year.