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Mr_Christopher



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 06 2007,15:49   

Someone at PT linked to this gem by Mike Argento from the York Daily Record, Behe's 15th-century science. †

I remember reading it a very long time ago. †It's still just as hilarious and funnier still when you think of Behe's most recent testimony in the creationist vs California. †

When are the moron creationists going to realize Behe is a double agent who works for darwinists when he's under oath? †Behe on your legal team spells D-O-O-M for your side you dolts!

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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 06 2007,15:52   

it's funny
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At one point during Rothschild's cross-examination, the lawyer asked the scientist whether he was co-authoring a book, a follow-up to "Of Pandas and People," with several other intelligent design moolahs. He said he wasn't.

The lawyer showed him depositions and reports to the court, quoting two of the other authors as saying he was a co-author.

Behe said that he wasn't a co-author of the book but that the statements by those guys weren't false. He said one of the authors was "seeing into the future."

Rothschild asked, "Is seeing into the future one of the powers of the intelligent-design movement?"

Behe didn't answer.

He didn't have to.

Seeing into the future is the province of that other science - you know, astrology.


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I also mentioned that He'd have to give me a thorough explanation as to *why* I must "eat human babies".
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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 06 2007,16:52   

The whole transcript is a gem.

  
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