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The abuse of ‘smart people’ to cover for darwinism is notorious

May 11th, 2015 · No Comments

http://history-and-evolution.com/whee4th/chap2_2.htm: Beyond Natural Selection

The abuse of ‘smart people’ to cover for darwinism is notorious. And it leaves people nettled and willing to believe. Look at Chomsky (and Pinker): he has a remarkable theory of human language, but to really make his point he needs to challenge darwin’s theory, but won’t.
Pinker exhudes ‘boy I’m smart) vibes, but the elementary problems with darwinism are beyond him.

The issue was settled decisively by Hoyle a generation ago: the statistics of randomness constitute ridiculous odds. Darwin’s theory couldn’t possibly be true. That simple piece of logic is beyond the ken of the world’s smartest people, supposedly.
Read through the web page cited and the three following for the ultra short expose of natural selection theory.

This situation is especially confusing because credentialed university profs are unable to grasp the problem but enforce conformity while outsiders who understand the simple problem are discredited.

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