Thirty years ago journalist Tom Bethell wrote an article for The Atlantic about why Darwin’s theory was…er, soon to be discarded. As 2006 approaches, perhaps someone will take pity on the poor man, waken him from his three-decades-long slumber and have him read this. Somehow I doubt the people at Regnery are going to feel… Continue reading
Month: December 2005
Crackpot Index Alert: “The other night I was brooding, as usual, on the Shakespeare authorship question…” Dear God, someone tell this poor man to get outdoors once in a while.
This year’s Christmas Message comes from the Dark Side. And Amy Welborn, who reminds us why Christmas shouldn’t be all warm and fuzzy.
Judge Jones has issued a verdict: After a searching review of the record and applicable caselaw, we find thatwhile ID arguments may be true, a proposition on which the Court takes noposition, ID is not science. We find that ID fails on three different levels, any one of which is sufficient to preclude a determination… Continue reading
Things are not as they seem. It now appears that Richard Sternberg, about whom I blogged here, is not the martyr he has been making himself out to be.