Donnerstag, Oktober 27, 2005

Intelligent Design and Monty Python's Brontosaur

This is really funny to read, and it shows once again, how stupid this whole Intelligent Design stuff is:
Like the theorist in the Monty Python sketch, Behe throws up a blizzard of babble: process, intelligent activity, important facts. What process? What activity? What facts? He never explains. He says the designer "took steps" to create complex biological systems, but ID can't specify the steps. Does ID tell us who designed life? No, he answers. Does it tell us how? No. Does it tell us when? No. How would the designer create a bacterial flagellum? It would "somehow cause the plan to, you know, go into effect," he proposes.

Will that stupidity ever end?



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