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December 19, 2005

Robert Waldmann's Dark Night of the Soul

Robert Waldmann writes:

Robert's Stochastic thoughts : The problems with intelligent design are based on the joint hypothesis (a) that the Designer is intelligent and (b) that the Designer is not principally motivated by a sick sense of humor.

Frankly, I find the sick sense of humor theory very attractive. I try to cling to my atheism but I ask myself, "Can the creation of Richard Cheney be due to bad luck alone?"

Posted by DeLong at December 19, 2005 11:33 AM