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Some people would still Expel Ben Stein, it seems

Stein, the narrator of Expelled, is to speak at the American Bar Association Tech Show. Here’s a predictable caterwaul from a predictable “Law Students for a Technocrat Dictatorship” or whatever:

The American Bar Association is kicking off its 2012 tech show with an address by… Ben Stein. Yes, who better to celebrate the march of technological progress and innovation than a leading defender of intelligent design? Who better to celebrate rigorous intellectual discourse than a man who misquotes Darwin and fakes speeches to college audiences?

Aw come on! The no-design folk are into multiverses where anything and its opposite may be true. That’s why the design folk will simply inherit science, the way a boy may inherit the family garage business because his brother is in chronic crack rehab.

Admittedly, the boy who inherited the business may not be a whiz. But he is a licenced mechanic who would pass random narcotics screening. Which brother would you trust your car to?

Multiverses are to science what crack is to an addict.

As for misquoting Darwin, whatta laff! Darwin is now a cult in biology. He is lauded for his supposed involvement in messes he prudently stepped around, like origin of life. And you can’t quote the guy accurately without being accused of misquoting him – if it makes him look bad – by his devoted zealots. All at a time when new discoveries about how evolution really happens, when it does (horizontal gene transfer, jumping genes, epigenetics, etc.), are leaving Darwinism in the dust, except as a crackpot cult with court-enforced entry into the school system.

Hat tip: Stephanie West Allan at Brains on Purpose

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2 Responses to Some people would still Expel Ben Stein, it seems

  1. OT: Seems the recent NCSE and Global Warming Alarmists alliance may have already gone into full propaganda mode :)

    Research reveals evolution of earliest horses was driven by climate change, global warming affected body size – February 2012
    http://www.physorg.com/news/20.....riven.html

    Though the preceding article is fairly limited in its scope of study (though the overriding claim of the study reaches far beyond its evidential base), the overriding popular evolutionary myth of ‘Horse evolution’, behind the claim, appears to be full of,,, well,, it appears to be full of ‘Bull’:

    A few notes as to the ‘non-evolution’ of horses;

    Darwin vs. the Fossils
    Excerpt: “A team of 22 international researchers led by Ludovic Orlando of the University of Lyon in France did one of the first-ever comprehensive comparisons of ancient DNA (aDNA) from fossil equids (including horses, donkeys and zebras). These specimens came from 4 continents. The results were so shocking, they call for an almost complete overhaul of the horse series. For one thing, they concluded that many specimens relegated to separate species are actually variations on the same species. For another, they found that for evolution to be true there had to be sudden bursts of diversification – Cambrian-like explosions within the horse family – contrary to Darwin’s prohibition of great and sudden leaps.”
    http://www.creationsafaris.com.....#20091211a

    “The construction of the whole Cenozoic family tree of the horse is therefore a very artificial one, since it is put together from non-equivalent parts, and cannot therefore be a continuous transformation series”.
    Dr. Heribert Nilsson – Evolutionist – Former Director of the Swedish Botanical Institute.

    The evolution of the horse?
    http://creation.com/horse-evolution

    The non-evolution of the horse
    http://creation.com/the-non-evolution-of-the-horse

    music:

    Steven Curtis Chapman – The Great Adventure -
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v.....38;ob=av2e

  2. The American Bar Association is kicking off its 2012 tech show with an address by… Ben Stein. Yes, who better to celebrate the march of technological progress and innovation than a leading defender of intelligent design? Who better to celebrate rigorous intellectual discourse than a man who misquotes Darwin and fakes speeches to college audiences?

    WOW…someone missed his nap today.

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