Denyse O'Leary Shows Scientists How It's Done

Posted by : Rev. Ouabache | Wednesday, January 7, 2009 | Published in

Intelligent Design Proponent/Shameless Self Promoter Denyse O'Leary has once again overcome the dastardly logic of the evil Atheistic, Material Naturalist, Baby Jebus-hating Darwinists by showing that she doesn't believe in Natural Selection because it is too magical:

A couple of years ago, after I had been following the controversy for several years, I found myself listening to a long lecture by a Darwinist, replete with bafflegab and pretty lame examples. Finally, sensing (correctly) that I was unconvinced, he proclaimed to me, "You just don't understand how natural selection works, do you?"And suddenly, the penny dropped. What he meant was that I just don't believe in magic. I can't make myself believe in magic; I haven't been able to since I was a child. And I was no longer going to give the matter any attention.

A process that causes organisms that are better adapted for their environment to survive and reproduce more often than less adapted organisms just seems like crazy witchcraft. Furthermore, the fact that I don't understand it means that it's automatically false. Now if you'll excuse me, I must attend mass today. Near the end the priest plans on saying an incantation over a piece of bread and a glass of wine in order to transmogrify them into the body and blood of Jesus. Have a Blessed Day.

*- One quote is real and the other is fake. You're big enough to understand satire, right?


  1. Anonymous

    This is what Denyse really would have written had she been honest with herself:

    "What he meant was that I just don't understand science. I can't make myself understand science; I haven't been able to since I was a child. And I was no longer going to give the matter any attention because it hurts my tiny brain."

    Lew Siffer;)

    March 30, 2010 at 4:28 PM

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