Joined: May 2006
|Quote (stevestory @ June 25 2006,06:26)|
I also donít think that there is really a theory of intelligent design at the present time to propose as a comparable alternative to the Darwinian theory, which is, whatever errors it might contain, a fully worked out scheme. There is no intelligent design theory thatís comparable. Working out a positive theory is the job of the scientific people that we have affiliated with the movement. Some of them are quite convinced that itís doable, but thatís for them to proveÖNo product is ready for competition in the educational world.
Good Article in Berkeley Science Review.
hat tip to Ron Okimoto
LOL Johnson again:
|There were specific things in the record...that convinced me that it was a loser and that made it quite easy for him to give judgment for the plaintiffs. Iím not at all complaining that he did that. When you have members of the school board saying things like we ought to stand up for Jesus because he died for us, thatís really asking for it.|
ID really needn't be much concerned with Johnson's brief lapse into clarity. †The danger is past, he's clearly not much, at least, concerned that ID has no theory and can only do any sort of science using evolutionary theory. †Johnson recently:
|At the conference, after the session about Darwin on Trial and my own influence, I was pleased to hear from Stephen Meyer? about all the people and research projects and books that are advancing the ID movement. It was encouraging and exciting to learn how each aspect of the Darwinist argument is being worked on and addressed.|
Read more: http://www.touchstonemag.com/archive....DADQwzB
See, no problem. †"Darwinism" can allow them to do science, and they're not the slightest bit interested in doing ID science, since that's only about religion anyway.
So sure, clarity threatens ID at times. †Rarely, however, do IDiots actually succumb to its dangers.
How's HIV denialism treating you and Bethell, Phillip?
Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of coincidence---ID philosophy