Friday, July 20, 2007



Like the flu, copies of the Atlas of Creation are going around. The "strange, enormous, beautiful book arrived unsolicited at Foreign Policy magazine and its publisher, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, last month," say the publishers.

On page after page, says Foreign Policy, the same formulaic argument appears. Here's an example:

"Since shrimp first came into existence, they have always displayed all the same organs and characteristics as they have today and have undergone no changes in all that time. This shrimp fossil shows plainly that evolution is an imaginary scenario. (p. 110)"


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