Ultima Thule

In ancient times the northernmost region of the habitable world - hence, any distant, unknown or mysterious land.

Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Darwin on the ropes

By Aussiegirl

In today's The American Thinker, Tim Birdnow has a fascinating article, "The case against Darwin". This is a must-read that also ties in with recent posts in UT about intelligent design. Here's how Tim starts:
"Since Charles Darwin wrote The Origin of Species in 1859, there has been a continuous ongoing debate on the validity of Darwin`s theory. Through much of the Twentieth Century the mainstream scientific community considered Evolution to be a settled matter. Yet there were always weaknesses in Darwinism which brought into question the entire theory. Serious criticisms of their particular view are slowly eating away at their intellectual monopoly."
(For Tim's own views about intelligent design and Darwinism, see his brief comments here on his blog.)


At 9:23 PM, Blogger Timothy Birdnow said...

Thanks for the plug, Aussiegirl!


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