Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Dover Decision Published

The link is here. Plaintiffs win.

Looks like the judge bought into the ACLU worldview completely, and insists that he is not an activist judge. Wow.

About as one-sided an opinion as you could imagine, after skimming it. The judge basically tells a large number of scientists that they are wrong on the science. That is simply narrow-minded arrogance. It seems that the judge has turned out to be a Darwinian fundamentalist, and is delighted to use his power for the sake of the cause. Looks like the culture wars are alive and well.

More comments to follow.


At December 20, 2005 4:50 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The judge telling large numbers of scientists that they are "wrong on science"?

That's an odd argument. Any other ruling in this case would have the judge telling much, much larger numbers of scientists that they were "wrong on science". No matter what one's individual views, the bare facts are that orders of magnitude more scientists dispute I.D. than support it.


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