Yes, my children, it is that time of year again, that time of year when we bow our heads in silent prayer to give thanks to the man whose existence on this Earth gave us the ability – nay, the privilege – to be worshippers of His divine presence.
While his mortal body was cast aside on the 19th of April, 1882, his holy spirit lives on. It lives on in the steadily growing trees, the hardy desert shrubs, the underground extremophilic archaea, the beautiful avian dinosaurs, [...]
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Intelligent design-inspired hip-hop wasn’t the only thing of note I found in a recent trawl of the now-defunct blog ID Arts. Oh no, I stumbled upon this gem written by the Discovery Institute’s very own Casey Luskin back in July of 2008: a parody template of a generic conversation between a “Darwinist” and an “ID Proponent”.
Here’s a taste:
ID Proponent: Judge ignored pro-ID research. Minnich’s flagellum research.
Darwinist: Hmmf. Type III Secretory System has ¼ flagellar parts.
ID Proponent: Not an explanation. Huge [...]
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In a shocking turn of events, Meryl Dorey, President of the Australian Vaccination Network for almost 17 years, has stepped down from her position leading the prominent vaccine-awareness group.
Citing reasons such as a lack of funds behind the AVN and the fact that her children have likely suffered due to her activism, Dorey broke the news via blog post earlier today. She also stated that the AVN will most likely be closing its doors to the public by the end of February.
Immediately, members of the AVN [...]
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