Joined: Mar. 2008
In case they get obliviated:
From your blog:
The greater god (it is beneath godís dignity to manually create the species), problem of evil (god wouldnít create this gritty world) and intellectual necessity (naturalism is needed for good science) were a few of the non scientific arguments that were shaping todayís science.
Funny, I donít recall much discussion of those topics in On The Origin Of Species. Perhaps they were covered in A Monograph Of The Cirripedia? Or maybe it was On The Various Contrivances By Which British And Foreign Orchids Are Fertilised By Insects, And On The Effects Of Good Intercrossing?
I believe there is a typo in that last title. It clearly should be On The Various Contrivances By Which British And Foreign Orchids Are Fertilised By Insects, And On The Effects Of God Intercrossing. It has been suppressed by Darwinists ever since, as it provides evidence for intelligent design.
I wouldn't be bothered reading about the selfish gene because it has never been identified. -- Denyse O'Leary, professional moron
Again "how much". I don't think that's a good way to be quantitative.-- gpuccio