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misrepresentation of a fundamental scientific concept ?

Postby Peter Henderson » Fri Jan 09, 2009 1:38 pm

Creationist's entropy argument is a misrepresentation of a fundamental scientific concept

From the Kalamazoo Gazette:

http://blog.mlive.com/readreact/2009/01 ... ument.html

This argument has several pseudo-scientific forms, including "tornadoes in junkyards," "entropy barriers" and "genetic entropy." Like every ID/creationist argument, it is a distortion of science designed to pique scientists and provoke debates to leverage the appearance of legitimacy for ID/creationism. And in every case, these arguments reveal why ID/creationism has no traction in the real world of science or with the scientific community. ID/creationists never do any research
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