Tuesday, November 29, 2005


Can ID Rise to the Level of Junk Science?

The plaintiff's brief in support of proposed findings of fact in the Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School Board would suggest not:
In the end, the hours and hours of complicated scientific testimony that the Court heard boils down to a simple conclusion: Intelligent design falls too short of the mark even to merit the label “junk science.” Whatever its merits or demerits might be as a theological claim, therefore, the claim that it could serve a useful pedagogic purpose as science instruction is indefensible.


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