Tag: Judge John E. Jones
Ten Years After the Dover Case, Judge Jones Misunderstands His Critics
Judge Jones directly ignored the most relevant precedent from the U.S. Supreme Court — precedent directly applicable to the Dover case.
Does the Kitzmiller v. Dover Ruling Show that Intelligent Design is Academically Substandard?
We affectionately call this the “Judge Jones Said It, I Believe It, That Settles It” approach to ID.
Dover Revisited: With Beta-Globin Pseudogene Now Found to Be Functional, an Icon of the “Junk DNA” Argument Bites the Dust
It’s been Exhibit A — literally, offered as evidence in a famous court case — for critics of ID who argue that our genome can’t be a product of design.
Did Michael Behe State Exaptation has been “Shown” to Produce Irreducible Complexity?
In sum, Behe has not backed away from his strong arguments about irreducible complexity in the wake of the Dover trial.
Judge Jones Said It, Media Matters Believes It, That Settles It
Too bad there’s a small detail that undercuts Media Matters’s fundamental argument.