Tuesday, March 14, 2006
Believing in Streams (But Not in Rivers)
In a letter to the Ithaca Journal, Noel Kurtz writes that ID proponents make "the interesting claim that 'micro evolution' occurs, but not 'macro.' However, the distinction of 'micro' from 'macro' is immaterial as evolution is the same process regardless of time-frame. Thus, (the) denial is akin to believing in streams and ponds, but not rivers, lakes and oceans."