Yes, dear reader, as you no doubt guessed from the artwork that adorns this post, we are once again visiting the creation scientists at the Discovery Institute.
This one won’t be long, but it’ll be good. We found it at their creationist blog: Physicist John Bloom: Cosmic Design and the Big Bang, and it has no author’s by-line. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis, and occasional Curmudgeonly interjections that look [like this]:
In celebration of Return of the God Hypothesis [Aaaargh!!], ID the Future [Ooooooooooooh! A Discoveroid podcast!] is pleased to feature a classic episode [Gasp! It’s a classic!] with physicist John Bloom, a Center for Science & Culture Fellow and professor at Biola University.
As you know, Biola University is a California bible college. It was founded in 1908 as the Bible Institute Of Los Angeles. We’ve previously posted about the interlocking relationships between the Discovery Institute and Biola. And now we’re going to hear from John Bloom, who is not only a Biola professor, he’s also a Discoveroid fellow. Let’s get back to the Discoveroid post. They say:
Download the podcast or listen to it here. [Link omitted!] Here he explains some of the exciting evidence of design from physics and cosmology, evidence unknown a century ago.
BWAHAHAHAHAHA! Evidence of design “from physics and cosmology”! Wowie — that’s an exciting podcast! When it’s over you’ll be cheering: “Yah Weh! Yah Weh! Yah Weh!” Well, maybe not. Anyway, the Discoveroids continue:
If this subject intrigues you [Hee hee!], take a look at the new book from philosopher of science and bestselling author Stephen Meyer [Aaaargh!!]
Except for the link to Meyer’s book, which we’re omitting, that’s where the Discoveroid post ends. We’ve written several times about that book, e.g.: The Biggest News in the History of the Universe, so we’re not going to bother with it again.
Well, dear reader, are you going to watch the Discoveroids’ new podcast? If you do, be sure to tell us about it.
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