Friday, November 18, 2005

N to the izzle Serves Up Some Krauthammer

Intelligent design may be interesting as theology, but as science it is a fraud. It is a self-enclosed, tautological "theory" whose only holding is that when there are gaps in some area of scientific knowledge -- in this case, evolution -- they are to be filled by God.

Frequent comment contributor and all-around classy fellow, Mr. Nizzle (Esq.) sent me a link to "a conservative eviscerating intelligent design," and I thought it was worth reposting the link HERE.

Mr. Krauthammer (excellent name) makes all the points I've scattered throughout this blog, and does so in a way that is far more concise, elequent, and thought-out than the paint-ballesque spatters of color I've splashed here at Codemorse.

4 Comments:

At 11:14 AM, Blogger Jabawacefti said...

He is by far one of my favorite columnists. Conservative to the core. But not unwilling to annihilate the worst overreaches and excesses of the outer limits of what some call conservative, but he calls an embarrassment.

Despite being a pretty smart columnist, he is also a medical doctor by training. In fact, he's a psychiatrist.

He almost singlehandedly served as the impetus for the downfall of Harriet Miers. What will hopefully be the beginning of the downfall of "intelligent design" in the classroom.

And he proves what should otherwise seem readily self-evident, that a man in a wheelchair can appear to fly in the space of two-hundred words.

 
At 11:19 AM, Blogger Jabawacefti said...

And thanks for the kind words. You are far classier than I, my friend. But I appreciate the note, nonetheless.

 
At 12:19 PM, Blogger Scott Roche said...

"the paint-ballesque spatters of color I've splashed here at Codemorse"

Why are all of the spatters the same color brown? ;-)

Excellent article. Gotta print that one out for the spouse to read,

 
At 12:47 PM, Blogger codemorse said...

It's because I'm full of shit, Cap. That should be obvious.

And you're quite welcome, Nizz.

 

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