Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
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Big science has expelled smart new ideas from the classroom ... What they forgot is that every generation has its Rebel! That rebel, Ben Stein (Ferris Buellers Day Off) travels the world on his quest, and learns an awe-inspiring truth that educators and scientists are being ridiculed, denied tenure and even fired for the crime of merely believing that there might be evidence of design in nature, and that perhaps life is not just the result of accidental, random chance. To which Ben Says: Enough! And then gets busy. NOBODY messes with Ben.
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It is not. There are significant flaws in extrapolated Darwinian theory that even the most ardent evolutionists cannot explain. Micro evolution can be witnessed in the lab, but macro evolution has significant and serious problems.
Intelligent design is a theory that is in its infancy, but it has plausability.
Ultimately the origin of the universe and how things came to be what we observe today is a leap of faith whether you are a deist or an evolutionist. Why?
Cause and effect. It takes as much or more faith to believe that everything that is came from nothing as it does to believe it comes from a causal factor. Neither has been observed, so both are still theories.
Here's where the rubber meets the road for me. My teenage daughter got this to show to her science teacher, whose husband is a paleontologist. She asked the teacher if she and her husband would watch it and tell her what was wrong with the video and/or what they disagreed with.
Both of them refused to watch it, saying it was a bunch of religious nonsense.
Whose mind is more open to inquiry? The teenager who was hoping to learn both sides of the issue, or the two scientists who refuse to consider any other possibilities?