"Believers in ID are the worshipers trying to insert religion into science."
The new First Law of the Scientific Method seems to be "acceptance of authority."
You can submit unto your own counsel if you like.
I prefer to keep doing my homework before I'll consider taking the word of folks who seem to have at the top of their agenda, the undermining of alternative thinking, and the proselytizing of our youth.
posted on 05/28/2007 6:52:39 PM PDT
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To: Radix; saganite
"...First Law of the Scientific Method seems to be 'acceptance of authority.'"
No, actually it's "have some physical evidence." Something the trial lawyer author of the piece doesn't seem to understand.
"..proselytizing of our youth..."
That's all the "ID" movement is for, is proselytizing kids by trying to force Creationism (under a clever, new and improved brand name) into high school biology classes.
"There isnt ANY scientific evidence for design?"
There is a distinction between lower case "design" as a generic term meaning the geometric form of something in a visually descriptive sense, and "Intelligent Design" (R) (TM), a false front tacked onto Creationism, which pretends to offer a limited acceptance of the reality of evolution, while insisting that supernatural influences by the hand of some ill-defined "Designer" are essential for all the crucial bits.
posted on 05/28/2007 11:36:29 PM PDT
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