The need for secrecy
Earlier this week Bill (“Vise, Vise, Baby”) Dembski claimed research by ID supporters was slight because of “threats” to “families and livelihoods” by the “Darwinian fascists” (a phrase he later quietly redacted to “Darwinian enforcers”). Needless to say, he didn’t provide any evidence of threats to “families and livelihoods”.
Now Paul (“The Fableist“) Nelson tells us that the Discovery Institute “actually funds a great deal of primary research — go ahead, snicker — but those receiving the support and their specific projects have become a very quiet business indeed, and that need for secrecy may continue for a long time.”
BWAAAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA. Sorry, I couldn’t just snicker. I guess we’re being lead to believe that when research isn’t being done it’s because of the jack-booted Darwinists at the door, but when it is being done, we’re not going to hear about it. Perfect.