>>Like I said, it would be nice if we could test this to see if you are right.
>Until the ID movement has something to be tested, it is an untestable
almost anybody can write a grant proposal. All you have to do is lay out
your hypothesis, explain your experiment design, etc. Grants are awarded on
merit. I'm sure the ID people would say that they would be discriminated
against because their ideas are not "mainstream" but I have a hunch that
there are a lot of conservative foundations that would love to fund such a
grant. Once privately-funded grants started showing positive results,
published papers, etc. it shouldn't be all that tough to get government
grants to support further research.
The problem is, that most of the ID "scientists" can't come up with a causal
*e-mail* describing the kind of hypothesis they'd like to test--and how they
would test it--if they could get their hands on some money, let alone a
carefully-crafted grant proposal.
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