> On Feb 10, 5:45 pm, "Jesse F. Hughes" <je...@phiwumbda.org> wrote: >> Hey, William. >> >> You recently suggested that BroilJAB's stupid (and often racist) posts >> usually have some (admittedly very tenuous) connection to reality. >> That really surprised me. >> >> Is the following made-up quote a counterexample to what you claimed? >> Or is there some tenuous connection I don't see? >> >> Just curious. >> >> BroilJAB <DesignDen...@wmconnect.com> writes: >> > "The specified complexity of Life and the Cosmos >> > render the existence of God highly plausible." >> > -Dr Dawkins. >> > > Actually, this was one of the examples I was thinking > of. The "quote" is made up, but there is > a tenuous connection to the truth. Dr Dawkins is on > record as saying that the existence of godlike > creatures is plausible. (Nothing to do with > complexity, specified or otherwise).
Okay, thanks. I don't suppose I know the Dawkins comment you refer to.
-- "You are beneath contempt because you betray mathematics itself, and spit upon the truth, spit upon decency, and spit upon the intelligence of the world. You betrayed the world, and now it's time for the world to notice." -- James S. Harris awaits Justice for crimes against Math.