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Uncommon Dissent Forum

Dressing down for Darwin: Forum takes on father of evolution
By KELLY DAVIS
Anderson Independent-Mail
July 22, 2005

Named “Uncommon Dissent Forum: Scientists Who Find Darwinism Unconvincing,” the three-day event Aug. 4 through Aug. 6 at the Palmetto Expo Center is to consist of a panel of nine individuals, six of them scientists, all of them prominent in the cultural debate raging about the origins of life. He offers a $30 discount to the $145 registration fee to students and teachers. Supported by the Discovery Institute, he plans up to 15 similar conferences around the nation over the next five years if the Greenville event draws enough interest. Mr. Young’s desire to set up the forum was kindled last November after reading several articles on the topic and a book with a similar title edited by philosopher William Dembski. MORE

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6 Responses to Uncommon Dissent Forum

  1. I find your “glossy publications and slick Web sites” informative and intellectually satisfying. ;)

  2. I agree! However this blog provides no good background for making any argument too elaborate. Unfortunately some qualitatively challenged people just don’t recognize this. Sigh…

  3. I agree! However this blog provides no good background for making any argument too elaborate. Unfortunately some qualitatevly challenged people just don’t recognize this.

  4. “Intelligent design is a savvy political movement”

    Talk about the pot calling the kettle black. Who are the ones that keeps running to the courts to stop challenges to their Darwinian fairy tales in schools?

  5. I didn’t know I was a political operative. You learn something every day!

  6. The previously mentioned philosopher needs to understand the meaning of “a savvy political movement”, before he can make sound judgment.

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