posted on Dec, 22 2005 @ 05:02 AM
"They have pushed their theory, which holds that life is too complicated to have arisen without the hand of a supernatural creator..."
I think that right there is the problem. Rather then gathering proof/evidence, they push push push without anything to show. All they're doing is
trying to put they're foot in the door.
"This was an extremely injudicious judge who went way, way beyond his boundaries -- if he had any eyes on advancing up the judicial ladder, he just
sawed off the bottom rung."
They murdured thousands in the past and now ... they threaten judge's. Good track history that make's them sound very credible...
The Discovery Institute, a Seattle-based think tank, wrote that the judge has a "pernicious understanding of what intellectual and religious freedom
in America means."
How so? They are still free to pursue they're religous freedom's. They have the ability to start new private school's that advocate ID. No one is
stopping them from preaching ID to million's. Are they that sore over losing ID in school's?
... As a theory, ID has no standing ground. You can't test a theory that is ultimatley untestable. No amount of "evidence" from ID is going to
produce proof of a creator, no much more then "evidence" for creationism will produce proof of god. THAT is what make's ID not a theory and in the
eye's of many, creationism in disguise. You can't prove/disprove it, it's not scientific and it iimplies a god -> creationism.