Skip to comments.Smoke and Mirrors [Ken Miller on Dover, Pt. 3]
Posted on 01/04/2009 8:26:55 AM PST by Coyoteman
If youve had the patience to follow Part 1 and Part 2 of my replies to Casey Luskins postings on the blood-clotting cascade, you might be wondering why hes gone to such trouble to beat a horse (Kitzmiller v. Dover) that left the barn more than three years ago (when that decision was filed). Quite frankly, I wondered a bit about that, too.
Now hes revealed his hand in Part 3 of the series. Its now apparent that his employers at the Discovery Institute are kicking off a attempt to show that Judge John E. Jones III got it wrong, and the Dover case was wrongly decided. What Casey is doing is laying down an artillery barrage designed to soften up the strongest part of the defenses against ID its record of failure in the Dover trial.
Why is this necessary? Why bother re-trying a case that Luskins colleagues have already lost? Because the Dover decision remains an open, and potentially fatal wound to the ID movement.
(Excerpt) Read more at blogs.discovermagazine.com ...
... not even crickets ...
Will read all three parts when we get back.
Thanks for posting.