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Intelligent Design

Who Says Darwinists Don’t Make Predictions

. . . so long as the predicted event is safely 100,000 years in the future:  Human race will split into two different species  The human race will one day split into two separate species, an attractive, intelligent ruling elite and an underclass of dim-witted, ugly goblin-like creatures, according to a top scientist. 100,000 years into the Read More…

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Let’s Calm Down

Dr. Dembski’s and Ms. O’Leary’s earlier posts today have produced some, shall we say, “intemperate” rhetoric from the commenters.  I suggest we calm down and look at this issue dispassionately, starting with the raw data.  The raw data is unambiguous.  There is in fact a difference between racial groups when it comes to standard measures of Read More…

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Dawkins Jumps on Board the International Jewish Conspiracy Bandwagon

 See the whole interview in the Guardian here: In an interview with the Guardian, he said: “When you think about how fantastically successful the Jewish lobby has been, though, in fact, they are less numerous I am told – religious Jews anyway – than atheists and [yet they] more or less monopolise American foreign policy as Read More…

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Imaginary Numbers, Once Rejected, Now Commonplace

Once again I direct our readers to First Things.  This time Amanda Shaw discusses how imaginary numbers, once rejected as “Impossible, irrational, delusionary, absurd, untrustworthy, fictitious, imaginary,” are now a staple of everyday math.  See http://www.firstthings.com/ Is there an analogy to ID here?  The fact that imaginary numbers were not part of the math “system” Read More…

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Darwinists Now say “Parsimony Smarsimony.”

“In science, parsimony is preference for the least complex explanation for an observation. This is generally regarded as good when judging hypotheses. Occam’s razor also states the ‘principle of parsimony.’”  See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parsimony In the post below (“Multiverse of the Gaps”), I point to a recent paper in which a Darwinist attempts to get around the extremely Read More…