Friday, September 23, 2005

Intelligent Design: ‘The Death of Science’

Intelligent Design: ‘The Death of Science’
After examining ID’s two main arguments, the answers to the original questions—what does ID offer? And what can ID explain that evolution can’t?—is not much and nothing, leading scientists say.

“The most basic problem [with ID] is that it’s utterly boring,” said William Provine, a science historian at Cornell University in New York. “Everything that’s complicated or interesting about biology has a very simple explanation: ID did it.”

Wherein you find mentions of pantyhose-eating bacteria and other such wonders (well, technically).
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