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Date: 2008/03/27 13:35:45, Link
Author: BCtheEra
Long-time lurker, first-time poster.

I thought I would post a recent comment I left at UD regarding the "Clinton Dawkins: Guilty as Charged" post since the comment has not yet made it through moderation...
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BCtheEra

03/27/2008

12:51 pm
Your comment is awaiting moderation.

According to Skatje Myers’ (PZ’s daughter) recounting of events here, Dawkins was not even asked to show his passport to get into the screening.

Date: 2008/03/27 15:13:40, Link
Author: BCtheEra
Quote (BCtheEra @ Mar. 27 2008,13:35)
Long-time lurker, first-time poster.

I thought I would post a recent comment I left at UD regarding the "Clinton Dawkins: Guilty as Charged" post since the comment has not yet made it through moderation...
 
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BCtheEra

03/27/2008

12:51 pm
Your comment is awaiting moderation.

According to Skatje Myers’ (PZ’s daughter) recounting of events here, Dawkins was not even asked to show his passport to get into the screening.

Following up on my previous post, apparently my seemingly innocuous comment was found lacking.  Do you think they use the EF for moderation at UD?

Date: 2008/04/08 14:01:34, Link
Author: BCtheEra
Am I the only one that finds it hilarious that Casey brought Jonathan "Ignignokt" Wells to discuss Darwinism's war on "traditional" Christianity on a recent ID the Future podcast?

Darwinism and the War on Traditional Christianity

Date: 2008/04/10 12:34:03, Link
Author: BCtheEra
Jonathan "Ignignokt" Wells said:
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Expelled does NOT use the Harvard animation. The producers paid a professional to create a new animation that is more accurate than the Harvard one (based on current knowledge of cellular processes). Any similarities between the Expelled animation and the Harvard one are due to the fact that both animations depict many of the same processes.
(Emphasis mine)
That's funny, considering how PZ pointed out that the "Expelled" animation contains the same error which he noted in the original XVIVO animation.
http://scienceblogs.com/pharyng....pel.php

Date: 2008/04/10 12:53:27, Link
Author: BCtheEra
Quote (J-Dog @ April 10 2008,12:38)
Quote (BCtheEra @ April 10 2008,12:34)
Jonathan "Ignignokt" Wells said:
   
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Expelled does NOT use the Harvard animation. The producers paid a professional to create a new animation that is more accurate than the Harvard one (based on current knowledge of cellular processes). Any similarities between the Expelled animation and the Harvard one are due to the fact that both animations depict many of the same processes.
(Emphasis mine)
That's funny, considering how PZ pointed out that the "Expelled" animation contains the same error which he noted in the original XVIVO animation.
http://scienceblogs.com/pharyng....pel.php

What?  

You don't think that a Seattle-based Faith Tank can out-science Harvard?

Oh.  Me neither.

THIS IS GOING TO BE THE MOST FUN YOU CAN HAVE WITH YOUR CLOTHES ON!

Now that I think about it, we may be misunderestimating Dr. Dr. Wells.  I'm sure that his doctorates in theology and developmental biology (that one is going to real good use) pretty much make him an expert with regards to architecture, 19th century Russian literature, Keynesian economics, cellular biology, and whatever other topics of which he chooses to talk out of his ass discuss.

Date: 2008/04/10 15:05:17, Link
Author: BCtheEra
Some grade-A tard:
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wnelson

04/10/2008

2:46 pm

Andrea:

No — “friendly” as in friendly to the idea that we have souls.

Dembski already has (sic) this pulled on him.


I'm guessing that last bit of this cream or tard-tar is supposed to be "Dembski already had this pulled on him.  What was pulled on Dembski?  This sweater?

I wouldn't willingly wear that sweater either.

Date: 2008/04/10 16:09:12, Link
Author: BCtheEra
So, given 22 days this is the best that Mathis could come up with?  He really should have had Kevin write this... then again... maybe not.

Producer Mathis’s Eyewitness Report: Dawkins’ Brazen Minnesota ‘Sneak-In!’

Mathis refers to Dawkins as "Herr Professor Dawkins".  Real classy.

Also, if you haven't yet, do yourself a favor and listen to the roundtable discussion with Mathis and the Scientific American staffers.  It's very entertaining.  Mathis comes across as a ignorant, vile rube.

Date: 2008/04/10 16:27:57, Link
Author: BCtheEra
Quote (BCtheEra @ April 10 2008,16:09)
So, given 22 days this is the best that Mathis could come up with?  He really should have had Kevin write this... then again... maybe not.

Producer Mathis’s Eyewitness Report: Dawkins’ Brazen Minnesota ‘Sneak-In!’

Mathis refers to Dawkins as "Herr Professor Dawkins".  Real classy.

Also, if you haven't yet, do yourself a favor and listen to the roundtable discussion with Mathis and the Scientific American staffers.  It's very entertaining.  Mathis comes across as a ignorant, vile rube.

Here are some choice nuggets from Mr. Mathis' latest attempt at spin:
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Under normal conditions I believe Mr. Dawkins would have mounted a much more vigorous and competitive argument. But he had just watched EXPELLED, a well-crafted film that exposes how he and others have unethically used science to advance their personal philosophy. He was a wounded opponent when I faced him, which put him at a considerable disadvantage. By the time I explained to him that his devotion to Atheism created a blind spot in his thinking he must have been in shock at all that had transpired in the previous two hours.
(Emphasis Mine)
This reminds me of this clip from The Simpsons (skip to 8:55).
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Poor PZ missed all the excitement in Minnesota, standing in the Mall of America, alternately peeping through the glass windows at the theater, then racing back to the Apple Store to blog to his followers, all the while excitedly anticipating hearing all the wonderful details. In the end, PZ’s dignity may be bruised (don’t let all the fire-breathing bluster fool you) but he still has his job. Unfortunately, victims of scientific witch-hunts can’t say the same.
(Emphasis Mine)
Wow, now that's what I call revisionist history.  This guy could give David Barton a run for his money.

Date: 2008/04/10 19:22:45, Link
Author: BCtheEra
Quote (ck1 @ April 10 2008,19:08)
I noticed UD has a thread on ERVs.  I am a virologist and I have been working on ERVs for 30+ years, so I sent in 3 comments to answer questions that came up.  Only one of those comments has appeared.

All of my comments were focused on science -- no commentary, no insults.  Links to papers.

Was I wasting my time?

Are scientists not welcome at UD?

Reality isn't welcome at UD.

Date: 2008/04/10 21:25:02, Link
Author: BCtheEra
Quote (ck1 @ April 10 2008,20:39)
I somehow got the impression they wanted to hear from experts.  Guess I should have sent in my CV first.

Are you an expert in acquiring academic degrees and then advancing vacuous, long-debunked "science."  If not, you're not really their type of expert.

Date: 2008/04/11 08:54:09, Link
Author: BCtheEra
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Does DaveTard have a sense of humor after all?
 
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I’ve written probably a million words on this blog and when someone has to reach back years through all of that to find a mistake it’s a clear example of the exception that proves the rule. The rule being that I, like Rush Limbaugh, am right 99.7% of the time. Maybe more.

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My Bold.

It's in my signature already.  Classic tard.

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Frost122585

04/11/2008

8:10 am

yeah, and the other .2 or .3% is when your (sic) debating me dave.

That is some good tard.

Date: 2008/04/11 09:21:38, Link
Author: BCtheEra
Quote (dogdidit @ April 11 2008,09:09)
The sharks are circling. Charlie to poachy:
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Be honest and take your banning like a man.

Old thesis: poachy is a sockpuppet.
New thesis: Charlie is. To survive, the stronger sockpuppets fling the weaker ones into the maw of the Banninator.

See?!  Science is always changing!  How can it be trusted to provide a foundation for reality?!

Date: 2008/04/12 14:46:58, Link
Author: BCtheEra
Quote (Reciprocating Bill @ April 12 2008,14:04)
Wha...? This appeared, but was quickly taken down.


Hmm... this almost sounds like the good Dr. Dr. but where is the declaration that all this foes will soon meet their Waterloo?  Surely the EF would fail to detect this post as Dembskian without such an essential feature of Dembskian dialogue.

Date: 2008/04/16 15:36:10, Link
Author: BCtheEra
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"EXPELLED is earthshaking. I was absolutely blown away. Everyone in America, even skeptics of Intelligent Design, must see this film."
- J. Matt Barber, Director for Cultural Issues, Concerned Women for America

I believe Mr. Barber's occupation is listed incorrectly.  I think it should read:
 
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J. Matt Barber, Director for Cultural Issues, Concerned Misogynists of America

Date: 2008/04/18 14:29:18, Link
Author: BCtheEra
6% and falling...

Date: 2008/04/25 16:51:08, Link
Author: BCtheEra
Being a Darwinian elitist, which, of course, extends to my taste in music, I read Pitchfork.  They have a news item up about Expelled and it appears that they're attempting to undermine the efforts to drive up the Google ranking of Expelled Exposed as is evident in the following excerpt:
     
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Thou shalt not incite the wrath of Yoko Ono and her lawyers. The folks behind anti-evolution film Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed are learning this the hard way, as they're now the subject of a lawsuit filed by Ono and the sons of John Lennon-- Julian and Sean-- according to a Reuters report.

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Date: 2008/05/02 08:09:41, Link
Author: BCtheEra
I'm ashamed to say that it is still playing at the Celebration!!11!one Cinema in Lansing, Michigan.

Date: 2008/06/15 14:25:22, Link
Author: BCtheEra
Quote (keiths @ June 14 2008,01:48)
 
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Never heard of this Sean McDowell guy.

I'll bet he's the son of Josh "Evidence That Demands a Verdict" McDowell.

Poor kid, and now he's getting mixed up with Dembski.

It would seem that your design inference is correct, Sean McDowell is the son of Josh McDowell.
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Sean did find answers that satisfied him, and today he is working with his father to update The Resurrection Factor, a book Josh McDowell wrote in 1982 in defense of the resurrection. Sean also heads the Bible department at Capistrano Valley Christian Schools in San Juan Capistrano, Calif. Like his father, one of Sean's goals is to help young people ask the tough questions about Christianity so they can make their faith their own.

From Biola.edu

 

 

 

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