The first version of Expelled leaned heavily on computer-generated images of cells, illustrating how their development relied on more than random mutation.
But alas, Ruloff said, “When we first watched that movie it was verrrrry boring.”
So, with the help of Abbotsford screenwriter Kevin Miller, they made a more controversial film — by splicing provocative black-and-white images in between Stein’s punchy interviews with various scientists.
The final version of Expelled includes chilling reels of the Berlin Wall, of soldiers, of machine-guns, of scolding school principals and of extermination camps where “inferior” people, the disabled and Jews, were slaughtered.
Okay, ignoring the fact the animations were ‘reduced’ due to the fact they were STOLEN, not because they were ‘boring’– lets pretend Ruloff isnt a lying piece of shit that had no problems stealing from Mr. Rogers. Lets pretend comparing scientists to NAZIS isnt an ancient Creationist tradition, and wasnt EXPELLEDs original intent. Lets pretend he really did alter EXPELLED drastically ‘because science is verrrrry boring’.
Spoken like a true D-student, Ruloff!! ‘Its not my fault I flunked biology! The teacher was an ATHEIST! And biology is boring anyway!’ LOOOOOL!!!!
This isnt an intelligence thing– As I hope ScienceBlogs is showing, you dont have to be a super genius to understand cutting-edge science. Science isnt just for egg-head nerds. Its cool! Its fun! Its exciting!
Unless you are an intellectually lazy bastard named Walt Ruloff.
What a fucking loser.