Someone named Granville Sewell has just posted a message on Uncommon Descent [Is ID Really Rooted in Science?]. He says,
Given that the most spectacular documented successes of natural selection are: changing the color of the peppered moth and the length of the beak of the Galapagos Finch, and the development of resistance to antibiotics by bacteria, and that even these trivial examples are now all in dispute, and that no competing natural explanation for evolution has ever been taken seriously by more than a small band of scientists, where is the “overwhelming” evidence that the development of life is due to natural (unintelligent) causes alone?Hmmm ... there are only three spectacular documented examples of natural selection and all three "trivial" examples are disputed. I didn't know that. Has anyone told the textbook writers?
Natural selection is the only game in town according to Granville Sewell. No other explanations have been take seriously by more than a "small band of scientists." I didn't know that either. The textook writers need to be informed. There are entire chapers that have to be purged.
It seem no matter how much information we supply to the IDiots they refuse to listen. I know for a fact that Dembski and O'Leary have been told about other explanations. I have records of them both agreeing that there's more to evolution than just natural selection. I have written confirmation that they understand the concept of random genetic drift and why it's so incredibly important in molecular evolution.
So, let's sit back and see how long it takes them to correct their colleague. I'm gonna hold my breath 'cause it won't be long. Dembski and O'Leary are honorable people, aren't they?