The Expelled producers lied about canceling a movie showing in Tempe. Anyone surprised?
Great Blog, thanks for writing. I have linked to you from our Science Blogs links directory on SecularEarth.com.
Didn’t their Buy-Bull tell them not to lie?
religious people stll shock you?
Shocking! Just Shocking! Tara got out of writing her own stuff again!!!!
We’re shocked and not-surprised all at the same time! Truly!
They lied about the viewing time too? That’s double shocking: A bona fide Creationist Conspiracy!
Did I mention how shocked I am? I’m gonna go split-screen on 60 Minutes and Hannity and Colmes the next 48 hours to make sure I don’t miss the shocking fall-out from this.
Anyone actually know what Claus Jensen does for a living?
Yup I do he does product testing on keyboards!! 18 hour’s a day!! Dali Lama HIV measles he does it all. Click-Clausety Click Click Click!!
Yup I do he does product testing on keyboards!! 18 hour’s a day!!
Ouch. What does that mean about me? I’ve been commenting here just as much as (MEC?) recently.
OOPS, Dalai Lama, I was thinking on the sur-realist holy man!!
Adele, I got that. What I didn’t get was by what surreal train of association Salvador Dali, Dalai Lama or both bubbled up from that swampy Central Nervous System thingie that directs. . . whatever it is you type with.
religious people still shock you?
Giggle giggle… People who throw that kind of stone are generally totally unaware of their own religion. Here, a very cute read about yesterday’s priests and today’s doctors. Modern Medicine : the New World Religion.
That link is awesome. It looks like the guy wrote a review of his own book and refers to himself in the third person. That’s a pretty good sign of crackpottery. A little research on the publisher (Personhood Press) reveals some real hilarity, too.
Thanks for that, I needed the laugh.
A little research on the publisher (Personhood Press) reveals some real hilarity, too.
Scientific community in action. Like the guys who refused to look through galileo’s telescope, people today do research on the publisher instead of reading the proposed text. If you point at a new moon, people look at your finger and more often than not want to bite it off.
Religion or science, the reactions are the same.
You seem to have missed half of my comment. I don’t need to read the book. The author revealed himself a kook on the website.
The publisher stuff was just me trying to see who would publish that nonsense.
I don’t need to read the book.
Of course, no need to tell me. We must stick to our peers, my friend, much safer. One might feel some quite uncomfortable thoughts of doubt starting to pop-up out of nowhere and end up as some kind of heretic. My biggest fear!
Dude, go back to 1st grade and learn to read.
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