Cornelius Hunter's invisible long list

Cornelius Hunter expectorates:

In the life sciences one’s alternatives are to be a Darwinist or to be a Darwinist. Passing grades, letters of recommendation, graduate school admission, doctorate exams, faculty hiring, and tenure promotion all require adherence to the theory of evolution. The lists are long of otherwise qualified candidates who could not take that next career step because they did not conform to the Darwinian paradigm.

Long lists? Evidence please!

Hunter is not a Darwinist. Was he denied his PhD in biophysics?

Meyer, Wells, Behe, Marcus Ross, Kurt Wise? The signatories of the DI’s "Dissent from Dawin" list? Do I need to go on? Come on Dr Hunter - share your long list with us. Or are you just lying?

I don’t expect an answer, of course*. The IDists never manage to back up a claim of discrimination beyond their harping about Gonzalez and Sternberg.

Oh, and I am not a Darwinist. I’ve passed classes, gotten letters, gotten a PhD, been hired and promoted. Guess it was because I could, ya know, actually do science. Which is more than can be said for Hunter, Wells, Wise and others.

* I particularly don't expect an answer as Hunter's post - like all of those by contributers to ARN or the DI - doesn't allow trackbacks or comments. It always amuses me that these claimed advocates for full and frank discourse either prevent commenting or actively censor it (witness Uncommon Descent).

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In the chemical sciences one's alternatives are to be a Daltonist or to be a Daltonist. Passing grades, letters of recommendation, graduate school admission, doctorate exams, faculty hiring, and tenure promotion all require adherence to the atomic theory of matter. The lists are long of otherwise qualified candidates who could not take that next career step because they did not conform to the Daltonian paradigm.

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