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English citations of cdesign proponentsist
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- 2005 November 7, Nick Matzke, “Missing link: “cdesign proponentsists””, The Panda's Thumb, archived on 2012-10-28, accessed on 2012-10-28:
- 2005 December 21, Richardson, B., “Re: Discovery Institute Responds”, talk.origins, Usenet:
- Just tell them you're a cdesign proponentsist.
- 2006 July 2, Raging Bee, “Larry’s Solo Act (comment)”, Dispatches from the Creation Wars, accessed on 2012-10-28:
- Because the entire “cdesign proponentsist” movement is, at its root, driven by the inability of certain people to let go of their prejudices, mistaken understandings, and just plain obsolete worldviews.
- 2007 November 30, Mark, “Disingenuous? Stupid? Both?”, Denialism Blog, accessed on 2012-10-28:
- (Never trust a cdesign proponentsist on a quote):
- 2007 December 15, David Marjanovi?, “Billy Dembski, pious and deluded (comment)”, Pharyngula, accessed on 2012-10-28:
- On the “Wells lies. Again.” thread a few months ago, I pointed out to the cdesign proponentsist that the existence of Stupid Design falsified ID.
- 2008 February 18, Sparky, “What's that appendix for, anyway?”, Discount Thoughts, accessed on 2012-10-28:
- Famous cdesign proponentsist Dembski brought it up again recently in his list of ID "predictions" (click for epic fail).
- 2008 March 4, Clayton, Richard, “Re: WingNutDaily: I can't wait to be 'Expelled'”, talk.origins, Usenet:
- Funny how cdesign proponentsists like to apply terms like "doctrinaire" and "zealots" to scientists.
- 2010 October 3, Cornish-Bowden, Athel, “Re: A Query for All”, talk.origins, Usenet:
- You're forgetting that cdesign proponentsists are purely scientific in their approach. Nothing religious about it.
- 2011 April 8, J, Frank, “Re: Warning to the NON-Christians in this group”, alt.politics.homosexuality, Usenet:
- But you must not like him because he appointed Judge Jones, who ruled against the cdesign proponentsists, calling their nonsense "breathtaking inanity."
- 2012 June 27, Kickin' Ass and Takin' Names, “Texas GOTP wants to ban thinking in schools. This is NOT a joke.”, alt.politics, Usenet:
- Heck, it’s not even the subtle shift from an open “Cdesign proponentsist” agenda to a pseudo-neutral call for students to be able to answer “God Did It” on a biology test “without fear of retribution or discrimination,” or even the plan to base all US History lessons on the art of John McNaughton.