In my previous post we saw that evolutionist Jerry Coyne claimed that “Darwin showed that ‘design-like’ features could arise from a purely naturalistic process.” That whopper was not even thinly disguised. What is particularly striking about Coyne’s lie is that the science ever since Darwin has not demonstrated this either. It is not as though […]
I’m not done mining the rich little vein of error ore that Evolve managed to compress into one paragraph. Evolve writes: “DNA is a chemical molecule whose components are present in nature. It is not a software program.” Now, it is certainly true that DNA is a chemical molecule whose components are present in nature. […]
He has a “tendency to believe in intelligent design.” If he is a novelist, he had better. Novels don’t happen by chance.
But the advertised distinction between “imitation” and “emulation” sounds suspicious.
In my last post I noted that Darwinists can be proud fundamentalists too. And then a commenter who goes by “Evolve” kindly provided an example in the combox to this post. Evolve writes: [All] of life’s processes can be reduced to chemistry. DNA is a chemical molecule whose components are present in nature. It is […]
Charles Darwin and Edgar Allen Poe were born within one month of each other (February 1809 and January 1809 respectively). Sadly for someone trying to connect Darwin with “Poe’s Law,” the “Poe” in Poe’s Law takes its name not from Edgar Allen but from Nathan Poe. From Wikipedia’s article on Poe’s Law: Poe’s law, in […]
So … if this is correct … Darwinism isn’t so much wrong as impossible.
Easier than waiting for that letter carrier to not trip over the dog. 😉
Well, this neighbourhood isn’t GATTACA then.
Having read the recent post here on where Earth’s water came from, I just stumbled across an interesting article over at ExtremeTech.com from June of this year, evidently commenting on a find that was originally reported in Science (at least, that’s what I’ve gathered from reading a bit about it elsewhere). I’m not sure if anything came […]
Better not invest in advance alien civilizations or flying saucer technology based on this.
In a prior post I highlighted an altercation with Daniel King. DK has been posting here since 2006, and his comments, while generally critical of ID, have been for the most part measured and civil. I am happy to report that Mr. King has accepted responsibility for his actions and posted an apology. We all […]
Sounds like intelligence, not just an illusion of intelligence (because it made a difference).
A certain sort of sophisticate just knows he is right about everything, because he is so hot, he is cool.
Recently Eric Anderson started a series on Darwinian Debating Devices, to which I submit the following contribution: “turnabout.” KF has a great explication of this debating tactic at his website, which I summarize: This fallacy turns on blaming the victim by implying or asserting (a) moral equivalency through pretended equality of blame for the cycle […]