To link your name with a guy like James Fetzer in a public fashion, as NCSE’s Glenn Branch did, practically invites us to a closer inspection of Fetzer’s credentials.
The class Insecta with its distinctive segmentation goes back at least 400 million years to the Silurian period. It gives the impression of a creative personality at work in a lab. He hits on a design he likes and sticks with it.
“Facts alone are insufficient to destroy a conspiracy theory, of course, and in many ways a theory’s appeal has more to do with the receptiveness of its audience than the accuracy of its details.”
In a gesture of what I’d like to imagine as premature scientific inclination…
There should be a National Association of Atheists, like there’s a National Association of Realtors®, with some kind of quality control and maybe even a trademark on the name and hence the cute little trademark symbol.