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I'm not sure it doesn't deserve its own thread, i just thought you meant this to be a topic for ftk when you ended the post with
ID proponents like to use archeology as an example of design detection, but why doesn't real world design detection look anything like ID theory ? Why can't these archeologists just calculate the CSI of those pigment blocks and run it through the 'nixplanatory filter ?
If it's supposed to be a serious exploration of why why scientists, historians, forensic specialists, etc don't use Dembski's absurd method, then that's an interesting question deserving of its own thread, but not one which ftk really has the ability to understand or discuss.
(editad to fix teh grammars!)
Edited by stevestory on July 16 2008,00:34