Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Hunter's Distortions

Over at IDtheFuture, Cornelius Hunter offers this piece of drivel about the low standard of evidence scientists adhere to in defending evolution. The target of his ire is this paper, about the evolution of “electric organs” in certain fish, published in the Proceedings of the National Acdemy of Science.

I have posted my reply over at The Panda's Thumb. I'm sure you'll be shokced to learn that Hunter's arguments run the usual ID gamut from bad to laughably bad. Go have a look!


At 8:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This stuff actually gets quite boring after awhile since there isn't any originality in IDC "arguments."

Where is the modern-day Thomas Aquinas that would actually give us something new to chomp on?

Instead, we get credulous people regurgitating the same old crap day in and day out - while imagining themselves to have posited something novel and enlightening.

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