Should the University of Kentucky have hired a qualified astronomer to lead their new observatory, despite his strong religious views and his public doubts about evolution? Or was their decision to pass him over discrimination?
quote: I was watching a very pro-evolution documentary on the universe the other day. They mentioned that mankind has never found anything that doesn't rust/die/decay/fall apart/get worse over time. They applied that to the solor system and wondered if it would all end in time. I thought that was a funny point for evolutionists who thing something came from nothing and that a piece of dust would magically turn into a human eyeball or something.