ID award recipient not named for own protection …
|July 25, 2008||Posted by O'Leary under Intelligent Design|
I notice that at Overwhelming Evidence, Sam Chen announces that a student sympathetic to intelligent design has received the Cassey Luskin Graduate Award, but
The recipient of the 2008 Casey Luskin Graduate Award will remain anonymous for the protection of the recipient….
It’s interesting to reflect on that in view of the many legacy media know-nothings panning the Expelled documentary, insisting that there is no evidence that anyone has suffered discrimination on account of sympathy for design as a feature of nature.
And they wonder why the blogosphere is whacking the heck out of them …
On most of the issues I monitor, the fact is that, agree or disagree, I can no longer get reliable and timely information from these sources. They seem to have hunkered into their bunker, repeating their well-worn beliefs to people who don’t really care.
Also, just up at The Mindful Hack:
Creating belief systems more essential to our humanity than making tools?
Neuroscience: How complex is your brain? More than you can easily imagine!
Hunting, herding, hiding, and hustling – that explains our social relationships?
Psychiatrist Jeff Schwartz speaks on what drugs can do for you – and what you and your mind must do for yourself