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Monday, April 27, 2009

Toronto Sun's Lorrie Goldstein on the recent evolution controversy in Canada

Still cleanin' out the ol' mailbox here ...

The Toronto Sun's Lorrie Goldstein sounds off about Canadian science minister Gary Goodyear's recent refusal to say what he thinks about "evolution", which resulted in a florescence of dino puff costumes on the street in downtown Toronto, like pimples on a pubescent teen:
And I can understand why. A science minister who refuses to state he believes in evolution -- even if he considers the question hostile -- is worrisome, especially since his answer should have been easy.

All sorts of sensible people believe simultaneously in evolution and that God, or, if you prefer, a guiding intelligence, was behind creation, and therefore evolution.
Well, Goodyear did answer it, finally, and said the obvious thing - evolution goes on all the time. I doubt that will pacify the Darwin mob, however. They need their particular narrative to be government policy. That's the one and only point.

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