“Here we are confronted with definitive findings in favor of a powerful genius who foresaw and precisely orchestrated chemistry as a whole for life.”
The combustion of wood or coal may seem so familiar as to be unworthy of any comment.
The error is not completely different from imagining that natural selection really can do what creative intelligence — foresight! — can do.
Something that makes compositions great is the fact that abstract musical notation can somehow express a personality with its idiosyncrasies.
Editor’s Note: This is crossposted at Cornelius Hunter’s blog, Darwin’s God. The much maligned Don McLeroy has a column in today’s Bryan-College Station Eagle. Recall that McLeroy has been accused of a host of nefarious deeds, including recklessly disregarding the advice of education experts, causing the Texas State Board of Education to be “extremely dysfunctional,” fueling endless culture wars, and putting ideology and partisanship ahead of the schoolchildren of Texas. So what does McLeroy have to say for himself? Well he starts right off with the ludicrous idea of teaching only science in science class. I can now see why everyone was so upset. McLeroy writes that there is no place for any ideology, religious or otherwise in science class. Read More ›