making a fool of himself…
Instead of trying to respond something intelligent to Jerry Coyne’s review of Behe’s book all he manage to produce is comparison with … Now, go and check by yourself, this could be sound incredible, but it’s really true.
And the usual mantra: « the Darwinists are in bad shape indeed »
I think the worst part is in the final paragraph :
Note here that single-step selection takes advantage of simultaneous mutations; cumulative selection takes advantage of stepwise mutations. Behe has the stronger argument that evolution driven by genetic change requires simultaneous coordinated mutations. Coyne, on the other hand, has the better chance of landing the role of Herman in any remake of The Munsters.
I don’t mean the last sentence, irrelevant, but the famous « evolution driven by genetic change requires simultaneous coordinated mutations » and the assertion that such a thing could be an argument ! Do you think DaveScot contaminated Dembski or that he was just hiding the symptoms?