Judge Jones directly ignored the most relevant precedent from the U.S. Supreme Court — precedent directly applicable to the Dover case.
We affectionately call this the “Judge Jones Said It, I Believe It, That Settles It” approach to ID.
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.
In sum, Behe has not backed away from his strong arguments about irreducible complexity in the wake of the Dover trial.
Too bad there’s a small detail that undercuts Media Matters’s fundamental argument.