Education and Current Events
From the Ridiculous to the Mediocre
In the March 2005 edition of the evolutionist magazine Scientific American are two reviews of books about Charles Darwin. What makes both the books and the reviews more amusing than annoying is the fawning tone of them both. The books tell the story of the “great” man and how brilliant he was in “discovering” evolution. Those who actually know the history of Darwin know that he was an intellectual dolt and a dull writer. Every idea he put in his book was stolen from someone else, even from his own grandfather. Origin of the Species is poorly written and in its hundreds of pages never actually explains the origin of any species. But evolutionists need to maintain the fiction that Darwin was a brilliant scientist in “discovering” evolution. As with any man-made religion evolutionists need to have their gods, even when they have to manufacture them.