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Originally posted by Aermacchi
Here is your Scientific Method Mel and THIS by the way is REAL Science! This is not meant as a Joke but as a real illustration and irony of what YOUR So called Science uses as it's Scientific Method.
..... The Way it is.
These were published long ago (1990's) in various newsletters of skeptic groups, plus the British magazine The Skeptic.
"Fallacies About Fallacies?"
"Equality and Liberty" (review).
"A Buddhist Critique of the Christian Concept of God" (review).
"In Praise of Bias"
"The Real Scientific Method" (humor).
Originally posted by melatonin
Heh. Perhaps the conmeister should read the book Taner Edis cowrote:
"Why intelligent design fails: A scientific critique of the new creationism".
Originally posted by noobfun
when he realises he is in the humor section and stops pretending it is an honest piece of academic writting then presses his browsers back button he will get several interesting things to read
no its somthing someone made for some god only knows insane reason.. i was looking for a different video on whale evolution its a comedy one that describes whale evolution ... similar to how our friend above thinks it happened
Originally posted by weedwhacker
noob, you have GOT to be kidding me!!!!
What, was this nonsense shown at that stupid 'Creationism Museum' I've heard about???
Originally posted by Clearskies
Which Universities support ID research?
Which ones give grants for it?
Where is the Smithsonian on this?
Oh, that's right, separation of church and state. So, you wonder why no research?
Originally posted by Clearskies
reply to post by griffinrl
You have to have monies for these things.
A review of tax documents on guidestar.org, a Web site that collects data on foundations, showed grants and gifts totaling $1.4 million in 1997.
In 2001, the Baptist Press reported, "Discovery Institute ... with its $4 million annual budget ($1.2 million of which is for the Center for the Renewal of Science and Culture) is heavily funded by evangelical Christians. Maclellan Foundation of Chattanooga, Tenn., for example, awarded $350,000 to the institute with the hope researchers would be able to prove evolution to be a false theory. Fieldstead & Co., owned by Howard and Robert Ahmanson of Irvine, Calif., pledged $2.8 million through 2003 to support the Center for the Renewal of Science and Culture."
In 2003, guidestar.org, records showed grants and gifts totaling $4.1 million. Included in the supporter were 22 foundations. At least two-thirds of the foundations stated explicitly religious missions.
According to Charity Navigator, in FYE 2005, the Discovery Institute had $2,989,608 in total revenue and $3,878,186 in expenses.
The Biologic Institute is a tax-exempt organization with offices in Redmond, Washington and laboratories in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. It is funded by the Discovery Institute with the stated purpose of doing biological research. The main goal of the Biologic Institute is to produce experimental evidence of intelligent design.
Financing and fundraising has been an important part of the ministry. Its US revenue in 2005 was $13.7M. According to Charity Navigator, in FYE 2006, Answers in Genesis had $13,675,653 in total revenue and $12,257,713 in expenses. In 2006, Answers in Genesis was also listed by Ministry Watch, an independent organization which reviews Christian ministries for transparency and financial accountability among other things, as one of their Shining Lights "top thirty" exemplary ministries.