Not exactly the way he pronounced it, but read it here. Readers will remember that ENCODE found that, contrary to Darwinian (Christian or otherwise) hopes, there was very little human “junk DNA” — and those people have been having a fit about it ever since:
I have seen a shift in the way science is being conducted in the United States. This shift still reflects of minority of the science being done, but it also represents the majority of the science being reported or disseminated to the public. In short, it appears to me that the pendulum has swung from favoring rigorous science to favoring and rewarding what I will call ‘splash’ science. To be clear this struggle between rigorous and splash science is not new nor different than in previous generations. Nor is all rigorous science not splash and vice versa. However, I think in the US the pendulum has swung dramatically to the splash at the expense of the rigorous. This change in trajectory is not surprising as funding has constricted immediately following a massive expansion. There are too many mouths at the trough and they are competing for those few morsels of grain. More and more, scientific research is being sold on its revolutionary impact and not on its scientific merit. Of course ‘impact’ sounds much more important than ‘merit’. Hell, important and impact both begin with the letter ‘i’ so there must be something to that. It seems much more science is being sold as ‘paradigm shifting,’ ‘completely unexpected,’ ‘novel’ (the only one that is true, but only in the trivial sense), or ‘needing to rewrite the textbooks.’ In these cases, it’s also 99.99999999% bullshit (e.g. ENCODE). More.
Notice, he chooses ENCODE (“if ENCODE is right, then Evolution is wrong” to rant about).
No, never that. If you thought about how stupid that is, you could find yourself questioning their whole project.