Hey, some of us were wondering whether Darwin’s tenure mob would actually stop ID theorist Bill Dembski from speaking at the University of Chicago.
Probably did Dembski a favour. His accusations were so crazy that the only sensible response would be to let the man come and speak for himself.
Anyway, this from Evolution News & Views’ account:
Dembski’s host, the distinguished physicist and mathematician Leo Kadanoff, ended the event by observing:
I think the ball is in the court of people who believe in evolution. They have to deal with these questions. …Bill has made his case and we should all go home and think.
Well said! But Darwinists for the most part prefer not to weigh the merit of serious challenges. More.
Feel free to discuss it here, especially if you were there yourself, or have got hold of an aud or tranny. We host comments; ENV doesn’t.
Meanwhile, let’s all remember Godwin’s Law: The person who is reduced to ranting about Hitler and the Nazis, or their vile works—in response to something he just doesn’t happen to agree with—should be viewed as having conceded the argument.
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