25th September 2009

“The problem with the theory of Intelligent Design is that it takes the evidence and prunes it to fit an agenda – what some people would like to believe rather than what is. Sorry guys that's just not science.”


5 Responses to “25th September 2009”

  1. Greg Says:

    Um….Intelligent Design isn’t a ‘theory’, at least not in a scientific sense. It’s more in the realm of fantasy. Actually scratch that: it’s at the epicentre of fantasy.

  2. Oxymoronic Christhinker Says:

    The problem with the “theory” of intelligent design is that it is unintelligible.

  3. Matt Thompson Says:

    Lot of “anon” quotes lately.. we scraping the bottom of the barrel? ๐Ÿ˜‰

  4. Admin Says:

    Lot of โ€œanonโ€ quotes lately.. we scraping the bottom of the barrel?

    There are currently around 270 anonymous quotes in a database of 1700 or so. They’re picked at random (unless I schedule one for some special reason) so the present sequence is a coincidence.

    Do you think they’re poor choices or is it that they’re anonymous? If anything I tend to be more picky if they’re anonymous.

  5. Ariakan Says:

    Science brought us nuclear-weapons and the internet.
    Religion brought us desperation and hope.
    Philosophie brought us free will and determinism.
    If something turns out good or bad, is just a matter of perspective.