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Here’s a blurb from the June issue of Advances, the AAAS monthly newsletter:

AAAS in Action

Guarding the Integrity of Science in Classrooms
AAAS is playing a prominent role in countering efforts to weaken or compromise the teaching of evolution in U.S. public school science classrooms. Resources published online include an informational Q&A on evolution and intelligent design and commentary including an op-ed piece on the State of Kansas Board of Education evolution hearings. Go to http://www.aaas.org/news/press_room/evolution/.

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http://www.aaas.org/aboutaaas/organization/board.shtml I knew from a Gallup poll already that 60% of U.S. scientists are chance worshippers. The fact that 51% or more of the AAAS BoD are chance worshippers doesn't do squat to bolster the Darwinian narrative. The appeal to authority in this case is a logical fallacy for a number of disqualifying reasons. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appeal_to_authority Besides, IDers can always call out the bandwagon in a fallacy war since amongst the general public the majority changes sides. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bandwagon_fallacy DaveScot
Dembski, do you have any ideas about how it did in fact happen? The creation thing? Who does? Are there any serious ID thinkers who provide real concrete descriptions of the process of divine creation? While the standard darwinian picture may not reveal the individual protein by protein steps, it does provide a fairly detailed historical picture revealing to some extent the chain of heredity, the branching of the tree over millions of years. So, I realize that ID is a science in its infancy but are there any hypotheses available about the actual event of creation, what happened basically, where and when, if how is not possible. Really curious. Tod

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