Intelligent design, Dover PA
Creationism in Dover PA
Pseudoscience creeps in
I do not feel obliged to believe that same God who endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect had intended for us to forgo their use.

Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)

The proper application of both the endorsement and Lemon tests to the facts of this case makes it abundantly clear that the Board’s ID Policy violates the Establishment Clause. In making this determination, we have addressed the seminal question of whether ID is science. We have concluded that it is not, and moreover that ID cannot uncouple itself from its creationist, and thus religious, antecedents.

Judge John E. Jones III, Dover decision
Interview with Judge Jones

New! - Is intelligent design creationism?

Philly Inquirer reviews Judgment Day - Dover area reflects on upcoming Nova documentary

See Judgment Day online

Last ID supporter gone from board

Google video - Ed Brayton on the Dover trial (58min)

Webcast - Robert Pennock discusses Dover trial (58min)

Discovery Institute questions the Jones decision - Depositions from the Dover trial

Eric Rothschild reflects - Judge Jones reflects - Good Read! The "vise strategy" undone (Barbara Forrest)

Coulter mangles Dover case Judge Jones speaks

The Discovery Institute responds to Dover - Attorney's fees

On court expenses - Hovind in Dover

Repent America going door-to-door - School Board to pay costs

The lessons of Dover - Evolution is stupid - good story, follow its links

Creationism
returns to Dover - Judicial ignorance?

Board rescinds - View from Seattle - Legal perspective

Trial at wikipedia - The Galvanic response - William Buckingham responds

Defending science by defining it - breathtaking inanity - Chronicle of Higher Education

Judge bars ID - Full Kitzmiller decision (139pp pdf) - story at New Scientist

Comment on Amicus curie briefs - Decision expected

New Yorker article (good read) - Shocked and awed

Old School board out! - actual results - the makings of a bad defense

The Thomas More Law Center - Closing arguments

More inconsistencies - Defense rift - brilliant mind testifies

Another one bites the dust - the Guardian reports - Matthew Chapman

ID needs new recruits, The big tent returns

BBC reports - Of Behe and mammary glands

- The New Statesman reports - Dover transcripts (large pdfs)

Evolution of "Pandas"

The Brahean blunder - The Onion reports

Laurie Goodstein reports - Leonard Pitts, John F. Haught, ID is religion

Trial begins - Court schedule

Reflection on Dover trial - Testimony of a fundamentalist dupe (Brian Fahling)

Science magazine on the trial

Kitzmiller vs. Dover Area School District - more on Kitzmiller, at NCSE

The upcoming court case (USA Today), School of creationism

Thomas More Law Center expounds

ID experts withdraw - preparing for the trial - Dover Cares

Science by legislation (pdf) - Teaching Darwin splits Pennsylvania town

The story from BBC - The New York Times weighs in

William Buckingham resurfaces, Reed Cartwright comments on current legal situation

ACLU to file lawsuit, York Daily Record, Math standards

Dover in the International news - Science policy press release

Critique of the Dover curriculum - Where is Dover ?

Pledge of Allegiance controversy - Nov 8, 2003

William Buckingham (science expert?) and OxyContin - Feb 3

Ed board misses opportunity - Feb 3 - Is this a double standard? - Feb 9

Inherit the Wind - June 20 - Local opinion - July 11 - Pharyngula - June 28

Dover area - June 29 - Controversy to flare again - Sept 5

Fundamentalist perspective on Of Pandas... - Oct 1

ID adopted - Oct 19

Are we headed for the Dover Monkey Trial? Is William Buckingham headed for internatioal fame?