Spinning Science: Court Rules that Intelligent Design is ... Well ... Unintelligent

Tue, 2005-12-20 15:25Jim Hoggan
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Spinning Science: Court Rules that Intelligent Design is ... Well ... Unintelligent

The good people of Pennsylvania, who already fired the school board officials who tried to foist Intelligent Design on their children, will be pleased at the court support granted today.

Still, regardless that Intelligent Design continues to be dismissed as a thinly veiled cover for Creationism, sites like the Intelligent Design Network continue to put up credible-looking fronts for this scientific fraud.

On an earlier post, I warned – only half in jest – that you shouldn't show this blog to your children, for fear of frightening them about the future of the planet. I changed my mind; the prospect of letting the ID crowd fill in the blanks is scarier still.

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Pennsylvania, not Kansas.

We've corrected the reference, and ask forgiveness of the people of Kansas, who get enough abuse without enduring our haplessness.

 

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