Intelligent Reasoning

Promoting, advancing and defending Intelligent Design via data, logic and Intelligent Reasoning and exposing the theory of evolution as the nonsense it is. I also educate evotards about ID and the theory of evolution one tard at a time and sometimes in groups

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Professor Scott Page- Still as Ignorant as Ever

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Professor Scott Page of Norwich University in Vermont, just doesn't stop with his ignorant spewage.

Scotty has the following to say about specified information:
But the specified information is the same as the non-specified information.

But it's NOT the same you moron- one is specified information and one is mere complexity. Just because a snake and a boat can be 22 feet long doesn't mean the are the same thing.

Scotty spews more:
If you need to know up front what the sequence is/does,...

Don't need to know what it does, just that it does something. That is the definition of SI as pertaining to biology- function*.

He finishes with ignorance:
...then the methodology you espouse is worthless, for you simply subjectively apply a parameter.

By that "logic" natural selection and evolution are worthless but BOTH are RESULTS- you have to know who survives and reproduces and then subjectively apply a parameter.

It also looks like Professor Scotty received another education- at one time he did not know that spiders have a femur until I told him and now he knows that ticks also like watermelon.

Ya see perfessor ticks don't always get blood so I am sure they will take whatever they can get in order to survive.





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Biological specification always refers to function. An organism is a functional system comprising many functional subsystems. In virtue of their function, these systems embody patterns that are objectively given and can be identified independently of the systems that embody them. Hence these systems are specified in the same sense required by the complexity-specification criterion (see sections 1.3 and 2.5). The specification of organisms can be crashed out in any number of ways. Arno Wouters cashes it out globally in terms of the viability of whole organisms. Michael Behe cashes it out in terms of minimal function of biochemical systems.- Wm. Dembski page 148 of NFL

2 Comments:

  • At 2:23 AM, Blogger TFT said…

    "The arthropod leg is a form of jointed appendage of arthropods, usually used for walking. Many of the terms used for arthropod leg segments are of Latin origin, and may be confused with terms for bones: coxa (meaning hip), trochanter (compare greater trochanter and lesser trochanter), femur, tibia, tarsus, ischium, metatarsus, carpus, dactylus (meaning finger), patella."

    Or are you just being funny about spiders having femurs?

     
  • At 8:57 AM, Blogger Joe G said…

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