Okay, I don’t really have a Monday Science Link for you this week, unfortunately – I’ve been a bit busy with personal and work-related things. The latest Carnival of Evolution should keep you occupied though in the substantial, non-comedic science stakes.
However, I would like to share these excellent images my friend Dave (@NomDuJour on Twitter) recently created. Are you all familiar with the extreme advertising meme? Well, you’re about to be, so hold onto your telomeres.
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Intelligent design news from the 15th of December to the 21st of December, 2010.
It’s the 5th anniversary of the Kitzmiller vs. Dover decision this week, a seminal court case that provided legal precedent to rule the teaching of intelligent design unconstitutional in the United States. The York Dispatch has written a retrospective piece, including interviews with some of the key voices in the trial – I recommend you check it out.
But what about the ID proponents? Surely they’re feeling bitter, reminiscing over their defeat [...]
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