"Breathtaking inanity" of Dover School Board Members

I've not much to say except Hooray! Judge John Jones rules according to both reason and precedent in the Dover School Board trial.

The judge says it best:
Jones decried the "breathtaking inanity" of the Dover policy and accused several board members of lying to conceal their true motive, which he said was to promote religion.

A six-week trial over the issue yielded "overwhelming evidence" establishing that intelligent design "is a religious view, a mere re-labeling of creationism, and not a scientific theory," said Jones, a Republican and a churchgoer appointed to the federal bench three years ago.

This silly human appreciates the irony of Behe's testimonial attempt to redefine Science to include astrology and similar artistically intellectual endeavors. This redef is impossible though, without subscribing to the
preposterous ad emotionally amped idea that a Theory is nothing more than wild guess. This court's decision shows respect for established definitions and gives the ID gang a smart slap on the hand to encourage them to stick to reality.

Good luck with that folks...

Happy Holidays All!


  1. I'm currently at page 88 in the Kitzmiller judgement. Man, I've never thought that flogging a dead duck (to mix metaphors) can be both fun and a pleasure to behold.


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