Another loss for ID

The Brits have decided that Intelligent Design creationism, is well, creationism. It will not be allowed in science classes in the UK.

The government has announced that it will publish guidance for schools on how creationism and intelligent design relate to science teaching, and has reiterated that it sees no place for either on the science curriculum.

It has also defined “Intelligent Design”, the idea that life is too complex to have arisen without the guiding hand of a greater intelligence, as a religion, along with “creationism”.

The petition was posted by James Rocks of the Science, Just Science campaign, a group that formed to counter a nascent anti-evolution lobby in the UK.

He wrote: “Creationism & Intelligent design are…being used disingenuously to portray science & the theory or evolution as being in crisis when they are not… These ideas therefore do not constitute science, cannot be considered scientific education and therefore do not belong in the nation’s science classrooms.”

No. Can’t have. Not science.


4 responses to “Another loss for ID”

  1. Paging Dr. Dembski to the White Misery Phone. Paging Dr. Dembski…


  2. Oh, Dembski’s too busy running away from his support of a holocaust denialist.

    As J-Dog has so eloquently put it:



  3. Luna_the_cat


  4. Very good J-Dog! Made me laugh out loud. I can’t wait to see what kind of whiny “but, but, but…” reply the Discovery Institute puts out. Nothing yet today. I love reading in every whiny report how the I.D. concept was “misrepresented” by the reporter, scientist, etc. Ironic when that’s their whole strategy to try to discredit evolution. I believe the saying is “hoisted on their own petard.”

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