Friday, July 31, 2009

Weekly Wrap-Up

Johnson-Provine Debate on Darwinism and Intelligent Design: Warning: This is an 11-part series, so you might want to drink a cup of coffee beforehand. I tried watching the whole thing from start to finish, but I found Provine so infuriating I stopped watching midway through the 4th clip. Besides, the best part of the debate - Provine's 30-second assessment of Darwinism's implications - can be found here.

Darwinists and Their Strategy of Intimidation: "'There are so many bodies by the side of the road that people get the message,' said Robert Marks, who teaches engineering and computational intelligence at Baylor University."

Science Czar as Science Abuser:
"Scientists are as fallible as the rest of us, as are their scientific theories. Indeed, the history of science is filled with failed scientific theories that once were confidently asserted and now have been radically modified or even abandoned (see Thomas Kuhn's 'The Structure of Scientific Revolutions'). The new scientific priesthood, however, has raised the stakes considerably for the mischief that science can do. In claiming to find and then resolve problems that threaten to overwhelm humanity, they have invaded the political scene, commanding vast research moneys and attempting to force on the wider population government-sanctioned programs for social control."

Please note that I've added 2 blogs to my Blog List: Gates of Vienna and Kingdom of Priests.

Also, I've updated the following articles...

Martin Luther Quote of the Day

Life is About Choices

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