Re: Provocative comments about ID and neoconservatives

From: <RFaussette@aol.com>
Date: Fri Aug 05 2005 - 15:55:12 EDT

In a message dated 8/5/2005 12:12:08 PM Eastern Standard Time,
tdavis@messiah.edu writes:
The important thing to remember is that like supply-side economics or
global-warming skepticism, intelligent design doesn't have to attract
significant support from actual researchers to be effective. All it has to
do is create confusion, to make it seem as if there really is a controversy
about the validity of evolutionary theory. That, together with the political
muscle of the religious right, may be enough to start a process that ends
with banishing Darwin from the classroom. August 5, 2005
Design for Confusion
By PAUL KRUGMAN

Now why would the neocoservatives want to distort the facts about the
validity of evolutionary theory? Anyone?

rich faussette
Received on Fri Aug 5 15:55:31 2005

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