I usually dont review pages I disagree with

Published November 12th, 2006 by Bobby Henderson

I usually don’t review pages I disagree with, but I’ve stumbled this page a few times now… If methodological naturalism is to be used unwaveringly in science (which has not always been the case), then it renders the discipline potentially impotent to answer fundamental questions that it might otherwise provide insight on. Acknowledging that there are certain situations in which data may be interpreted in ways that at least suggest alternatives to ontological naturalism seems like the kind of thing that might increase interest in science. Specific ID models (if they’re to be presented at all) must only be considered based on their merits with respect to the data and their explanatory power (thus excluding young-earth creationism and FSM).


163 Responses to “I usually dont review pages I disagree with”

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  1. Graham says:

    You wanna know what point you’re actually making with this?
    “I think fancy science terms can boss people around and make me seem smart and credible.”

  2. TheFewTheProudTheMarinara says:

    “I usually don’t review pages I disagree with”.
    Sadly, this is all too common. People are not interested in enlightenment, or rational discussion. They merely want their preexisting prejudices reaffirmed.

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