How Intelligent Design cheats: proponents try to circumvent the scientific method

Many IDers are asking to include intelligent design in science curriculum because it is only “fair” to present “both sides” of the story to students.  Listen to Kenneth Miller explain why including ID in science curriculum is anything but fair.

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2 Responses to “How Intelligent Design cheats: proponents try to circumvent the scientific method”

  1. alexanderthegreatest Says:

    Come on. Nobody’s circumventing the scientific method. They’re redefining it. Throwing dice and talking in circles is the new scientific method.

    If someone can get Colbert to say it, it’s truth(y).

    If it sounds half way plausible, it’s good enough to sell.

  2. […] actually NOT result in teaching both of them, as Intelligent Design is NOT scientific.  See the Kenneth Miller video two posts back to see what I mean. While the Evolution/Intelligent Design debate can spark much […]

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