|NoCode - 2008-12-24 |
I wish I had time to watch the whole thing. Ken Miller is awesome. Finding Darwin's God is a great book.
I wish I were naked with an eight ball, a typewriter and a glock.
I wish I were naked with a writer-type with an eight-balled cock. wait... no. yeah.
|godot - 2008-12-24 |
I'll try to listen to all (its laundry day).
There is a huge gap between the popular and scientific definitions of the word "theory". I almost wish for a new term for encompassing scientific descriptions that account (without contrary evidence) for all other known facts in that context.
|chumbucket - 2008-12-24 |
god wants us to seek the truth amen
|Cleaner82 - 2008-12-24 |
It makes me wish I knew things about things. But please, find some time, watch it all. The lecture itself is about an hourish and then it's all Q&A which I haven't caught yet.
|Johnny Madhouse - 2008-12-24 |
There is also a forty minute question-and-answer section at the end, so the lecture is actually pretty conveniently sized.
|Keefu - 2008-12-24 |
So give me a bit and I'll get all the way through this. Otherwise, yes indeedy, this is quite intellectually stimulating, good chaps.
|StanleyPain - 2008-12-24 |
This is good, but if you know anything about the ID/Science debate, there's nothing much to see here. This is a talk for people who honestly don't understand why the issue is a big deal and don't understand the legal attack Creationists are waging against education.
|phalsebob - 2008-12-24 |
It was a great presentation, but he's preaching to the choir. The people who need to understand this are the people who would never watch a lecture anyway, or who would dismiss it out of hand. Good luck to him in any case.
|joelkazoo - 2009-12-08 |
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