Joined: Oct. 2012
|Quote (Richardthughes @ Dec. 01 2012,12:36)|
|Quote (GaryGaulin @ Dec. 01 2012,12:33)|
|Here is a good example I ran across in an Atheism forum, which helps show the educational problem. Notice how if they cannot understand a theory then the problem is not with them, it’s blamed on me as though it’s my fault they are way behind in science:|
|[–]zeroone 1 point 1 year ago|
Can someone try to make sense of this:_http://theoryofid.blogspot.com/
[–]bloodredsun 2 points 1 year ago
A big bag of crazy?
[–]zeroone 1 point 1 year ago
Of course. But, ID arguments are usually at least somewhat coherent. Meaning, ID arguments usually involve invented/misinterpreted facts and logical fallacies. But, this is way beyond that. I can't understand a bit of it.
Gary, given your extensive trolling history, what % of scientists find your VB code conjecture compelling, and what % think you're a dipshit wackaloon?
Using Bayesian confidence, what are the odds it's not actually 'the rest of the world" but is infact 'you' that's not getting it?
Instead of being taught how to learn on their own, they were conditioned to let others do all their thinking for them.
Science journals are often used as their test of what is scientific and what is not. Then when the journal does not support their conclusions they protest it.
The theory of intelligent design holds that certain features of the universe and of living things are best explained by an intelligent cause, not an undirected process such as natural selection.