Pos-Darwinista writes to say,
We have established the Intelligent Design Brazilian Society – TDI Brasil, and our president, Marcos Nogueira Eberlin, a biochemistry professor at Unicamp, Campinas, Sao Paulo, where he heads the ThoMSon Mass Spectometry Laboratory, is a member of the Academia Brasileira de Ciências (Brazilian Academy of Sciences)
But is he Darwin’s followers’ next job loss target? Destroying critics’ careers is pretty much the only thing Darwin’s current followers can account for successfully in the history of life.
Brazilians may learn the hard way: When you aim at Darwin, you must not miss. That said:
In September 2015 we will have two more ID conferences in Brazil like the first one we had in Campinas, Sao Paulo, that Paul Nelson was the main speaker. And we have more requests coming from all over Brazil – a huge country – more than we can handle, and the interesting thing about them is that public university professors are the ones behind and promoting these events publicly in their universities risking their scientific careers by defying the Scientific Nomenklatura dogmas. ID is mushrooming in Brazil. And these conferences will establish ID networks in these cities – Anápolis, Goiás, and Manaus, Amazon.
We Brazilian IDists decided that it was time to come out of the closet and face the consequences!
We’re with ya all the way, guys.
And wait till you run into the Christians fer Darwin currently infesting dying formerly mainstream churches in North America. See, for example: If anyone cares, Biologos will now actually review Darwin’s Doubt. (Instead of noviewing it. A number of Biologians will try their hand.)
That, of course, meant getting standard issue Darwinprofs at Christian U’s to sniff that they aren’t impressed or convinced. As if any genuine achievement would impress or convince people like that. But they have their audience here, and surely in Brazil.
It’ll be denser than the Amazon jungle at times, and not as pleasant. Meanwhile, yes, onward! Much nonsense to confute!
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