Intelligent Reasoning

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

Friday, October 02, 2020

PTaylor- Another Clueless EvoTARD


Michael Behe has a new book coming out this year, titled A Mousetrap for Darwin. The clueless evoTARDs @ the swamp think he's crazy, of course. One of the little monkeys spewed:

With a title like that and a picture of a flagellum 'motor assembly' on the cover he seems to be expecting them to have forgotten Kitzmiller v Dover ever happened.

That trial happened. It just happened to prove that the judge was a clueless and ignorant moron. The plaintiffs got away with lying, bluffing and misrepresentations. As Dr. Behe said is his response to Judge Jones:

The Court’s reasoning in section E-4 is premised on: a cramped view of science; the conflation of intelligent design with creationism; an incapacity to distinguish the implications of a theory from the theory itself; a failure to differentiate evolution from Darwinism; and strawman arguments against ID. The Court has accepted the most tendentious and shopworn excuses for Darwinism with great charity and impatiently dismissed evidence-based arguments for design.

All of that is regrettable, but in the end does not impact the realities of biology, which are not amenable to adjudication. On the day after the judge’s opinion, December 21, 2005, as before, the cell is run by amazingly complex, functional machinery that in any other context would immediately be recognized as designed. On December 21, 2005, as before, there are no non-design explanations for the molecular machinery of life, only wishful speculations and Just-So stories. 

You can read Dr. Behe's entire response in his paper Whether Intelligent Design is Science. In that article Behe proves that the judge was a clueless moron on an agenda.

And in the end, with respect to unguided evolution, the Hitchens' Gambit applies- "That which can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence." That applies to all of the grand claims of evolution by means of blind and mindless processes.

So yes, the trial occurred. It just didn't have any impact on Intelligent Design for the obvious reasons.


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