Thursday, January 1, 2009

Darwin, The Movie

Devastating news.

They've done it again.

First the Wedgwood Document, then the Darwin Letter.
We thought that would be an end to it, but no.
They've done the one thing we thought we'd never see....

The Institute of Discovery has unearthed the legendary Lady Hope Darwin Confession film.

They've only released a short segment, two brief episodes of Charles Darwin, in his own words.

But what words they are.

Less than a minute and Darwin, like a Sampson in the temple of materialistic science, tears down the entire edifice of evolution, like a house of cards in a tornado while meanwhile demonstrating his uncanny knack of anticipating scientific discoveries made over a century after his death.

Even more shockingly, Lady Hope films a segment of Darwin demonstrating public speaking tips for European youngsters, a section of film that today, can only be met by stunned silence as we realize the havoc this sadly misguided lesson would cause in decades to come.
Apparently more sections will be released by their restorer, the legendary Edgar Allen, but for now I, like many of you no doubt, have a lot of thinking to do, and just perhaps I may take some moments to write a well deserved letter of apology to a certain Mr Ben Stein.


Karen James said...

Once again, you've left me speechless. Happy new year to you, sneerer.

Sigmund said...

Thanks Karen, and a very Happy New Year to you too - and what a special year it must be for all on the Beagle Project!.

pluplus said...

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