Why Intelligent Design Keeps Failing

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Kenneth Miller provides a brief explanation as to why "intelligent design" is not admissible in a science classroom.

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"The evidence shows that it's wrong."

I would say that Intelligent Design has bypassed the possibility of evidence, whether for or against it.

What would it look like if something were designed, and how would it be different from something that is not designed?

What happens when something is designed? What changes take place from its prior, and presumably undesigned, state?

When has this happened? When did it start happening, and when (if ever) did it stop happening?

But, but...I've got this painting which proves ID...and this Coke can. You don't even have a crocoduck!!!!!

"You don't even have a crocoduck!!!!!"

but I do have a Piranhamoose!

By mrcreosote (not verified) on 25 Oct 2009 #permalink