From Warren Meyer an absolutely delicious admission. This is tantamount to the "’scientist’ tries to prove Bible false; is converted" baloney that gets trotted out by unsophisticated religious people. The difference, of course, is that climate, at least, is a scientific topic. But still; religious zealots will always appeal to "science" for credibility (since they’re not credible otherwise), as will man-made catastrophe zealots develop religious overtones to their approach.

As an aside, it looks like that post took a while to get noticed. It’s an interesting juxtaposition, the first few dozen comments and the last few dozen. By the way, I think Warren’s use of the word "comments" in his blog post refer to the statements by Mark Seal on the blog post referenced, and not the comments to the post (I tell you because I was initially confused by that).

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  1. Jimbo Big Toe on April 21, 2008 at 21:12

    Can you imagine how absolutely boring it would be to do any scientific research geared toward biblical events. Unless it has to do with finding some burning bush.

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