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|Quote (keiths @ Dec. 23 2011,19:51)|
|Casey whistles past the graveyard:|
| You won't know it from reading the New York Times, an NCSE-staffer blog, or Judge Jones's manifesto, but ID has already gained the kind of scientific legitimacy we'd expect from a young (and vastly underfunded) scientific field. With scientific productivity leading the way, ID's future is looking bright.|
You wouldn't know it from reading the Wedge Document, either. Here are the DI's 5-year scientific goals for the period 1999-2003:
An active design movement in Israel, the UK and other influential countries outside the US
Ten CRSC Fellows teaching at major universities
Two universities where design theory has become the dominant view
Design becomes a key concept in the social sciences
Legal reform movements base legislative proposals on design theory
EN&V's main page still asks you to
on "How bright is the future of Intelligernt Design?" although Casey already moved to "Post-Dover Education Victories for Intelligent Design" in which he is re-writing history.
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