Yup Kevin is at is again- meaning he is spewing his ignorance again. This time in a post he titled Denialism,
which is strange because Kevin lives in denial, Kevin sez:
Quotemining is a favorite in the creationist and climate denialist camps. Of course, the creationists pretty much invented the concept of science denial, so they have all the tricks. My favorite example of the quotemining comes from this very web site where an ID Proponent was using a document penned by 28 Nobel prize winners to support his claim. Of course, the very next paragraph of that letter contains the phrase that “ID is not science.”
Umm how was what I posted a quote-mine Kevin? You do realize by not making a case that you come off as an ignorant coward.
So let's take a look at what I posted, how it relates to what I left out and if it is a quote-mine:
Logically derived from confirmable evidence, evolution is understood to be the result of an unguided, unplanned process of random variation and natural selection.
That is what I posted to support my claim the the ToE posits blind and undirected processes. The following is what I left out because it has absolutely no bearing on that fact:
As the foundation of modem biology, its indispensable role has been further strengthened by the capacity to study DNA. In contrast, intelligent design is fundamentally unscientific; it cannot be tested as scientific theory because its central conclusion is based on belief in the intervention of a supernatural agent.
Ya see, nothing in what I left out demonstrates I quote-mined anything. Kevin is just an ignorant asshole. Not only that ID is both testable and falsifiable and does NOT require the intervention of any supernatural agent. In true evoTARD fashion those Nobel laureates are completely ignorant of ID. But that does not mean I quote-mined. And also we can study DNA without the framework of an unguided, unplanned process of random variation and natural selection.
So Kevin's accusation is false and proves that he is a clueless loser.
That said, let's look at Kevin's bullshit:
Since science says that there are natural processes that allow for the creation of stars, planets, and life, the creationists think that science is trying to destroy God (of whatever flavor) and instead deny that the science is correct.
1- Natural processes cannot create nature
2- There isn't any evidence that blind and undirected processes can produce a living organism from non-living matter- Kevin is lying, again, as usual.
So here we have a pathological liar, Kevin R. McCarthy, continuing to make shit up and actually trying to pass it off as some sort of refutation of something.