He is intelligent, polite, interesting, and thought provoking and, while he ultimately may be proven incorrect in the long run, the abuse that he and other advocates of intelligent design have received is disgusting and an embarrassment to the scientific community.
Even though it won't matter when he's proven wrong, as we will no longer exist... after being placed in the ground and rotting away. Or that is what I believe most likely happens after we die. There is no "soul" that is whisked away to some imaginary "heaven" or "hell".
Any any case, I also find it ironic in that that a lot of these same detractors constantly go around proclaiming that THEY are the "rational" ones while at the same time aiming personal attacks at Meyer, calling him a bald-faced liar/a quack, undermining his credentials, misrepresenting him/his work (straw-manning him, on other words), ridiculing his religious beliefs, etc.. I mean, why not they just say that they disagree with the Intelligent Design hypothesis that Meyer espouses and list the reasons why? Boom, done.
I swear, folks, some of these cocksucking scientist fuckers aren't any better than the angry religious fundamentalists.
As for me, like I said, I think that after we die that's likely it. We go into the ground and rot away. Although, as I noted previously on this blog, Darwin's theory of evolution simply does not hold up to scientific scrutiny. So how do we explain our existence? Where did we come from?
Might it be possible that these proponents of Intelligent Design aren't that far off? My own theory is that, instead of the "intelligent designer" being some mythical "god", that we were actually designed by otherworldly super intelligent AI robots. Black people, obviously, contain some kind of design flaw, in that they are so much more violent than White people, for christ!
So, what do you think me-buck? Is there any chance at all that my theory is correct?