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The strange contortions of ‘Hoyle’s (so-called) fallacy’

October 29th, 2013 · No Comments

http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelligent-design/hoyles-fallacy-i-think-not/

This is an important and useful post at the Uncommon Descent site. Those who complain of ID groups might be grateful they have, their consiervative bias, mathematicians trained to spot fraud in the sciences. Surely Hoyle’s fallacy has to be one of them. It is a puzzle to me that the whole universe of science has warped to revolve around promoting Darwinism, its assumptions, and the atheism that goes with it. The issue of ‘Hoyle’s Fallacy’, see the Wikipedia entry, is simple odd to me: the statistics of Hoyle on evolution is so threatening we see the contortions to avoid, extending finally to multiverse theory.

Moral: you can’t trust physicists anymore.

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