Here it is. Now what?

all right which one of you boners

is grepping ?off threads to write your articles for you?

http://www.kuro5hin.org/story/2005/8/12/4294/44070
Permalink muppet 
August 12th, 2005
"Sorry, but you can only moderate stories if you have a valid user account. Luckily for you, making one is easy!"
Permalink Mat Hall 
August 12th, 2005
well I guess you miss out, mat.
Permalink muppet 
August 12th, 2005
Teaser:

In response to criticism from scientists, proponents of Intelligent Design often point out that evolution is itself a faith-based theory, and they are right. In fact, in a certain sense, every scientific theory is based in faith. There is, however, a vast difference in meaning between these two uses of the word 'faith.' In order to resolve this semantic ambiguity, I have kindly volunteered myself to take up the job of forming a clear and unambiguous distinction between 'religious faith' and 'scientific faith,' of carefully defining their respective meanings, and of discussing the relative merits of the two approaches in their ability to uncover the truth about how the world really works.

Conclusion:

In conclusion, both scientific claims and religious claims rely on a type of faith, it is just that religious faith de facto has no connection with reality, since it does not care to corroborate its claims with how things really are. Scientific faith, on the other hand, is, for all its faults, at least trying its best to understand how the world really works.
Permalink MarkTAW 
August 12th, 2005
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