Articles tagués intelligent design
Il me semble que les américains commencent à mûrir sérieusement autour des problèmes liés au créationnisme et à utiliser le terme de façon de plus en plus appropriée. PZ Myers et Jerry Coyne sont de la fête aujourd’hui :
Those are teachers who believe in Intelligent Design.
Yes, they are. And complaining that they aren’t those Discovery Institute frauds because they believe it is their god that does the designing doesn’t get them off the hook, it just makes them plain old creationists.
That’s why I see selective creationists like Kenneth Miller, Karl Giberson and Francis Collins as parting company with modern biological thought.
Autant pour les définitions foireuses de Staune 😉
Don’t Call it “Darwinism”
Eugenie C. Scott and Glenn Branch
Evolution: Education and Outreach Volume 2, Number 1 / mars 2009 doi: 10.1007/s12052-008-0111-2
Kevin PADIAN and Nicholas MATZKE
Biochem. J. (2009) 417 (29–42) doi:10.1042/bj20081534
Je sais que ce n’est pas bien, mais impossible de résister au plaisir.
Well, that’s just one more time and it’s a long time since I discussed it over a blog, as I think sincerely that it’s to late for Denyse to change her mind and think logically. So, no use, except when the matter is to show to others that she is wrong.
So, Thomas K. Johnson, Academic Dean, Baltic Reformed Seminary: Riga and Vilnius, wrote to explain her. Well, the guy, and Denyse, seem to ignore that Kosovars (muslims) are secessionists from Serbia (christian orthodox) and that religious leaders such as bishop Artemije are calling to boycott Kosovars.
This is Europe, 21st century, and religious leaders and communities are eager to occupy a primary place in politics, chose ways of life for populations and frontiers for countries. And Denyse ignores why creationists are considered as a threat for human rights…
You know lady, religious leaders + politics is not very faraway from = theocracy; they must dream about that every single night.
A year ago, French people was accusing me for being alarmist for supporting the hearing and voting for a resolution of the European Council against creationism teaching in science classrooms in Europe, including the fake science termed Intelligence Design instead of Creation Science. They thought that it would be impossible for France to have to face any attempt against laicity. They have to deal with a president who expect more spirituality in their life 🙂
Denyse, I don’t care anymore when you are trying to discuss science; your attempts are so ridiculous that ignore them is the best attitude (well, some times tickling you a little bit may be funny).
But lady, don’t argue before reading those fucking newspapers! (aren’t you supposed to be a journalist?). And change your consultant, he isn’t any better informed than you do.
I am speechless. As anyone who knows me can attest, that very rarely happens.
I’m borrowing this line from Lars Juhl Jensen, to describe my current status in front of that bullshit:
We realize so far that mitochondria could be the link between the body and this preserved wisdom of the soul devoted to guaranteeing life.
Now, let’s see who will be sending manuscripts to Proteomics if they did not take this out.