Creationists should read the rules before posting any comments. See Comment Rules.
Here's how to use the available codes. Note that codes are used in pairs, to turn the effect on and then off again. Please don’t start one of these codes without closing it:
<blockquote>this will appear both indented and in italics</blockquote>For links (keep the quote marks):
<a href="link URL">link title</a>
richard on Hambo Wins the Curmudgeon… abeastwood on Hambo Wins the Curmudgeon… richard on Hambo Wins the Curmudgeon… The Curmudgeon on Creative Challenge #66: Eviden… chris schilling on ICR’s Evidence Says We D… Dave Luckett on ICR’s Evidence Says We D… richard on Behe’s Best Argument for… richard on Behe’s Best Argument for… Steve Gerrard on Behe’s Best Argument for… richard on ICR’s Evidence Says We D… siluriantrilobite on ICR’s Evidence Says We D… Paul Braterman on Discoveroids Attack the…
Discovery Institute AnticsAll of our articles about the Discovery Institute are listed here: Discoveroids.
A dozen or so of our favorites are also listed below:
Kitzmiller v. Dover
Dr. Swinefat Pink: Indenial Jones, etc.
Email Address and Rules
Remarks about articles should be posted as comments.
We can't promise to reply, and we probably won't look at unrequested attachments.
We reserve the right to publicly post offensive email sent to us, with full information about the source.
Buffoon Award Winners
Search Results for: information phlogiston
History is littered with bad ideas. In the realm of politics, bad ideas can kill you; in economics they can impoverish you. In science … well, what can we say about Wikipedia’s list of Superseded scientific theories? The list is … Continue reading
Today we found a gloriously silly post at the Discovery Institute’s creationist blog. The thing is titled Is Information a Naturally Occurring Phenomenon? It was written by Klinghoffer. He’s a Discoveroid “senior fellow” (i.e., flaming, full-blown creationist), who eagerly functions … Continue reading
You know about the magical phenomon the Discovery Institute refers to as information. We discussed it in Phlogiston, Vitalism, and Information. Ol’ Hambo likes it — see AIG: Information and the Micro-Macro Mambo — but he attributes it to Yahweh, … Continue reading
The creation scientists at Answers in Genesis (AIG) — the creationist ministry of Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo), the Australian entrepreneur who has become the ayatollah of Appalachia — have just posted: New Study Overturns the “Conventional Wisdom” of Evolution. Wowie … Continue reading