I just listened to a particularly interesting show about Jefferson, Madison, and their attitudes on the separation of church and state. Go listen to it.
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William Dembski has an article on his weblog about what to do if the courts rule against intelligent design.
But first, allow me to laugh out loud at this part:
Don’t be distracted by the “thousands” of articles being published in the research journals that purport to support evolutionary theory — this is an artifact of overfunding an underachieving theory.
He then continues:
I therefore offer the following proposal if ID gets outlawed from our public schools: retitle it Intelligent Evolution (IE).
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I don’t always agree with Paul Graham, but his writings are often thought-provoking. One of the things he’s done recently is to rekindle my interest in Lisp and Scheme.
Continue reading “My love affair with Lisp”
I’ve reinstalled this weblog. I’m not entirely sure what I’ll write here, but keep watching.