Canadian science minister vs. the puff dino suits - a story with legs?
I see where Nature News published (2009 03 25) an item about Canadian science minister Gary Goodyear vs. the puff dino suits in downtown Toronto (young researchrs with nothing better to do (?), claiming that he doesn't believe in evolution - like it was some kind of religious experience he was supposed to have had but never did). You'd have to pay to read the story, and I certainly won't.
It was never a story in the first place but, as I point out here, activists and academics, hard up for work, have been trying to commercialize the ID controversy in Canada. It's not easy because the way the Canadian public divides on the issues makes commercialization difficult.
They should consider putting in an application to fry donuts at the local Tim Horton's instead. That'd be useful.
Find out why there is an intelligent design controversy. It's not what you think: