Christopher Hitchens’s younger brother gives a conniption to University of Chicago biologist Jerry Coyne.
The company’s message to him indicated that he was dropped for various unnamed policy positions they found him identified with on the Internet.
Reaching the status of superstar legendary entertainer must, like being a very aged person, grant you a certain immunity from the need to shape your opinions to secure social approval.
Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed is now available on DVD in the United Kingdom in a newly expanded edition with 44 minutes of never-before-seen interviews. Interest in intelligent design is growing in Britain. Earlier this month, Stephen Meyer, who appears in Expelled, defended both the film and ID in a debate with atheist Peter Atkins, which you can listen to here. The “Bad Boy UK Version” promises to be a hit in a market that has been dominated by the likes of Richard Dawkins, whose appearance in the film and startling admission that intelligent design exists — coming from aliens, of course — might raise a few eyebrows in his native land. What’s the old saying about prophets and honor in Read More ›
A quick heads-up for our readers with cable: Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed will be playing on Showtime tomorrow through the 21st: On Showtime 2 12/16/09 at 11:15 AM On Showtime Showcase 12/17/09 at 6:15 PM On Showtime 12/19/09 at 5:15 PM On Showtime 12/19/09 at 4:30 AM On Showtime Showcase 12/21/09 at 10:00 PM On Demand Available from 12/11/09 to 01/07/10 If you find similarities between Ben Stein’s account of the ID movement and the ClimateGate news of scientists blackballed from science journals and treated like traitors, well, welcome to reality.