History, Evolution, and The Darwin Debate

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The ‘end of science’? just in time for darwin day

February 13th, 2015 · No Comments

The science community is incompetent on the issue of evolution and have embroiled themselves in an argument they can’t win. When people like Behe points to the irreducible complexity of biological machines he struck a nerve, and almost twenty years later the same stale idiocy from biologists is repeated over and over again. I think we can challenge the ID issue’s details and trojan horse religious elements, we can also challenge the implication of a ‘designer’, but at this point the challenge of design in nature can’t be evaded with citations of Darwin’s theory of natural selection. Surely the world of science must realized this. But I am running scared: all the smart people in science have been ‘fixed’ on the Darwin issue and are incapable at this point of simple clarity on evolution. How did this happen? This is going to be the ‘end of science’ indeed: the whole gang is so confused they can’t resolve their real contibution.

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