Disclosure and the Discovery Institute

The fine folks at the Discovery Institute aren’t happy with tomorrow’s PBS documentary on the Dover Intelligent Design case, and they’re doing their best to make sure that everyone knows just how unhappy they are. They’ve been frantically tossing articles up on their Media Complaints Division Blog trying to make sure that their version of reality gets some exposure. I’m not going to bother going through all of their complaints right now. Most of their new material consists of a rehashing of discredited arguments from when the ruling came out. There’s one post that caught my eye, though, mostly because it’s such a fantastic exemplar of the level of honesty and academic discourse that makes Discovery what it is.

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