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Monday, September 21, 2009

New blog on design issues

Anders Branderud asks me to publicize his blog here. He tackles the question of science and causes (of events).

I am glad he does, because many of us are tired of fake rabbits pulled out of Darwin's hat.

Every weekend paper advises me that I can understand my neighbours better by considering what Fred and Wilma Flintstone must have been like. So if my neighbour a few doors down lost his job at the plant and is now drinking heavily and beating his wife, life in the Old Stone Age explains it totally.

No, I don't think so. Nor do I want to pay for that type of "evolutionary psychology" research any more.

If my neighbour wasn't attacking his wife before he lost his job, I am pretty sure we can find the answers we need in the present day - in the last few months, probably.

Design theorist Michael Behe responds to his critics ...

here. If Behe's Edge of Evolution wasn't important, all these tax burdens wouldn't be trying to discredit him.

Go here for my review.


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