Look at the wonderful post we found at the creationist blog of the Discovery Institute. The thing is titled Casey Luskin Tells All About His South African Adventures. It’s very brief and it doesn’t have an author’s by-line. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis, and occasional Curmudgeonly interjections that look [like this]:
On a new episode of ID the Future [Ooooooooooooh! A Discoveroid podcast!], host Rob Crowther interviews Casey Luskin, recently back from getting his PhD in geology at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa.
Wowie — this is thrilling stuff! You already know who Casey is. In case you somehow missed the news, we recently wrote Casey Is Back — O the Joy! Okay, let’s read on. The Discoveroids say:
Dr. Luskin [Doctor Luskin!], who formerly worked for Discovery Institute’s Center for Science & Culture, and who has just now rejoined the CSC as Associate Director [Impressive title!], tells about his adventures doing field research in Africa, his side interest in human origins …
We’re breaking that sentence into two parts because it contains so much information. If you’ve digested the first part, here’s the rest of it — and it’s also the end of the Discoveroid post:
… his cross-cultural experiences, the amazing game parks, museums, and fossil sites he visited, and a little bit about his PhD, including some evidence suggesting that parts of Africa and Western Australia used to be connected.
That’s a whole lot of amazing information in one podcast, and we know you want to watch it. The Discoveroids link to the thing right at the end, but we’re not going to put the link here. We want you to work for it, so click over to the Discoveroids’ blog post and you’ll find the link. After you’ve seen the thing, get back here and tell us all about it. We’ll be waiting!
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