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If you google the phrase “intellectual honesty” you’ll see that an essay by ID author Mike Gene ranks very highly (#3 as of this writing).
This game is fun! If you google the phrase "intellectual dishonesty", you'll see that Mike Gene also ranks very highly.
Plus, if you google "intellectual dishonesty intelligent design", Phillip E. Johnson is on top.
Another example of intellectual dishonesty:
By O'Really: Scientist banned for doubting Darwin has presented challenge to our definition of life
By Jove, UD really are scraping the barrel.
Which is a good thing.
He hasn't really got the hang of this Google thing, has he?
|In contrast, if you google “intellectual dishonesty NCSE Gleik”, the NCSE’s Gleik is at the top of the list.|
Well, yeah. If your search terms include "NCSE Gleik", your chances of getting the NCSE's Gleik are reasonably good.
If there were any commenters left at UD, one of them might have pointed out who's top of the list if you google "sal cordova moron".
If you google "intellectual dishonesty salvador cordova" without the quotes, this is the top result:
|Salvador Cordova – Asshole Of The Year « |
Jan 2, 2008 – Just when you thought Salvador Cordova had scraped the very bottom of the .....
testament to his utter lack of integrity or intellectual honesty.
Edited to clean up Google formatting.
Edited by CeilingCat on Mar. 08 2012,01:33
...after reviewing the arguments, Iâ€™m inclined to believe that the critics of ENCODEâ€™s bold claim were mostly right, and that the proportion of our genome which is functional is probably between 10 and 20%. --Vincent Torley, uncommondescent.com 1/1/2016