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April 07, 2005

Evolution Is Poppycock

Or perhaps Paul from Wizbang is just continually being shown to be dim:

Just like people, clams can be affected by the toxins that cause paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP), but scientists have now identified a mutation in clams that gives some protection. PSP toxins interfere with nerve function, and the mutation, which changes a single amino acid in a sodium channel, makes nerves less sensitive to those toxins.
That gosh darn evolution! Those gosh darn scientists!

I'm telling Jesus on you!

Update: No, scientists don't know everything - they just keep learning more and more - and none of it seems to be hurting evolution, the delusions of Duane Gish and others notwithstanding.

That gosh darn science!

Update 2: Hey, Pharyngula points out that the Discovery Institute, founded on the premise that putting the word "institute" in their name would make their brand of creationist nonsense sound all smart and edumacated and stuff, has a blog.

It's sure to provide hours and hours of entertainment. Or frustration. Probably both. Hey, maybe they could hire Paul to lie... er, write... for them.

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