Higher Ed is higher on WHAT, exactly?
|May 9, 2008||Posted by O'Leary under Intelligent Design, Eyes Rolling|
Prof sues disbelieving students. Apparently, they disputed her theories about science … No, in the famous words of Rush Limbaugh, I am not making this up. If I had that kind of imagination, I would be right up there with J.K. Rowlings (rowling in dough, right?)
Also just up at the Overwhelming Evidence blog
The math prof makes a design inference
British physicist asks, is there no freedom to criticize evolutionary theory? (Well, no, not if you know a good reason why materialist views are wrong.)
Expelled, its critics, and the theatre managers – knock me over with a feather, the legacy media critics didn’t like the film but audiences apparently did
What percentage of scientists support current evolution theory? A better question: In the age of zealous Darwin lobbies, what percentage can afford reasonable dissent?
Who was Ernst Haeckel? Phenomenon? Flawed? Faker? All three, maybe.
Just what IS a design inference? 9-11 provides a clue.