Larry Moran should quit staring at us so intently
|April 19, 2014||Posted by News under Intelligent Design, News|
Yesterday, Vince Torley posted “Professor Larry Moran poses five questions for the ID movement.” Here’s hoping readers will read the questions and the responses (Torley’s and others’).
Meanwhile, Dr. Moran says:
… Different Intelligent Design Creationists have widely conflicting views ranging from Young Earth Creationism to Theistic Evolution Creationism but they always manage to cover up those conflicts and present a united front in attacking evolution…
It’s not a coverup. The people involved don’t feel the conflicts are crucial.
We all disbelieve in the magical Darwin machine that produces cells from hot water and mind from mud (via natural selection acting on random mutation). The Darwin machine is propounded at universities, including Larry’s.
Everyone should feel free to have a larf at it, given that we are all funding the scam via taxes. And our kiddies are proselytized at our expense at school.
Moran also seems to think Sal Cordova is in some sort of trouble for disagreeing with Torley about neutral evolution (or about something). Nope.
Also that my news brief on PZ Myers and the vanishing student newspapers somehow related to the neutral evolution story/argument. (It didn’t. I wasn’t even following that; a tipster sent me the link re the newspapers.)
If you stare at the moon long enough, you see people up there. If you stare at the ID community long enough, you see stuff that isn’t happening. 😉
Also: Who just wouldn’t be accepted in the ID community? – O’Leary for News
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