The tension is building to almost intolerable levels as we await the decision in the trial of the suit filed by David Coppedge, the creationist who claims he was wrongfully demoted and later fired by his employer because he was promoting Intelligent Design (ID) on the job. As you recall, he used to work as a computer technician for Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), which is part of Caltech. He also maintains a creationist website:Creation-Evolution Headlines — which was recently moved here.
No one knows how the judge will rule, but we’ll stick our neck way out there and predict that things won’t go well for Mr. Coppedge. Whatever happens, he’ll be looking for new employment. Naturally, we wonder where he’ll end up, so we’ve fashioned a poll for our speculations. The possibilities we’ve listed seem suitable for an accomplished creationist, and there’s little likelihood that there would be any “viewpoint discrimination” problems.
If you have other ideas, feel free to suggest them in the comments. But remember, this man’s career is on the line, so be nice. Distasteful comments will be deleted.
The poll will stay open for a week, but you can only answer once.
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