Regular readers at this site will recognize Gil (here, for example), a long time UD fave.
Elizabeth Liddle has invited him to become a contributing author at her blog, The Skeptical Zone, and here is his latest post:
Probabilities And Skepticism
Posted on February 18, 2012 by GilDodgen
I thought about including this in my previous thread, but it has grown so large that I suspect it would be lost in the abyss. If Skeptical Zone readers are interested I’ll write a series of these posts, in which I’ll develop a number of themes concerning why I abandoned evolutionary orthodoxy and became convinced that an inference to design is most reasonable.
As most of you know, I am a classical musician. All great musical compositions have a theme, and the theme of this site is “think it possible that you may be mistaken.” With that theme in mind, might I suggest some skepticism concerning probabilities?
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