Insects can count to four...

...but Creationists cannot:

Anyone who knows me at all knows that I break down creationist biology into four main components: design, natural evil, systematics, speciation, and biogeography.

Hat-tip: Pharyngula, where you will find the relevant link to the rest of this ingenious "college course". Glad it's not a math course...

I am also interested to see the mathematical models of 'natural evil'....

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