Monthly Archives: July 2006

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Study of Ontology

Don’t scientists study ontology anymore? Did they ever? Sal made a comment that I’ve been thinking about for some time, but I don’t know how to make it into a post. So I think I will just throw it out and see what…

Salvador on International TV, weekend of August 12-13, 2006

I will appear on this show very briefly on August 13, 2006. Check local listings: http://www.coralridgehour.org/ Salvador

Darwinists Fail to Co-opt Augustine for Proselytism

For some reason Cornell’s Evolution and Design blog will not allow me to post there. I’ve never posted there before so I don’t know if it is this post or just my IP that it doesn’t like. In any case here is my…

Pandas takin’ a whuppin’ at Cornell

The Pandas visiting the Cornell weblog have given me a peak at their poker hand. Ask yourself, “if the Pandas are winning the debate, why should they complain to stop it? Why should they not utterly keep humiliating the IDers in the eyes…

Does Empirical Evidence Apply to Darwinists?

Allen MacNeill posted this comment over at Uncommon Descent. Thompson himself did not present hypotheses that were empirically testable (sound familiar?) ” The same concept is applied to the parallel evolution of marsupial and placental mammals: similar environments and subsistence patterns place similar…

Looking For a Job?

I am thinking of applying for this

Everoyone else with polite questions, this is for you

It seemed I sparked some curiosity with my offer to Allen MacNeill. So I’m opening a thread for others with polite questions to pose them to me. I’m doing this out of the goodness of my heart. So abusive questions will be subject…

Allen MacNeill, this thread is for you

Allen, If there is any question you would like to ask me about, feel free. It doesn’t have to be about ID directly. For example, you can ask, “Sal, do you get any money for your advocacy of ID?” Or, “Do you believe…