"Intelligent" Design versus Evolution

@article{Wise2005IntelligentDV,
  title={"Intelligent" Design versus Evolution},
  author={Donald U. Wise},
  journal={Science},
  year={2005},
  volume={309},
  pages={556 - 557}
}
  • D. Wise
  • Published 22 July 2005
  • Medicine, History
  • Science
Donald Kennedy's Editorial (“Twilight for the enlightement?”, 8 Apr., p. [165][1]) highlights how ineffective the scientific community has been in the battle for the minds of the American public. Arguing details of scientific facts before this audience has been largely unproductive. Perhaps it is time to take a lesson from recent political campaigns: Instead of defending your position, attack a weakness of the opposition and repeat (again and again), with a modicum of humor. The following… 
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