I have seen the blood that flows from Private altars,I can’t help but notice you’re a sore loser. Suggesting your silly poetry addresses anything but your lack of training and knowledge in the sciences advises...
You’re still losing!
That glistens on wasted flesh and bone.
I have seen the tiny severed Fingers—
pink, adrift in murky, black waters.In all my feverish dreams I hear their muted screams,
And in their eyes, those bewildered eyes turned on callous faces,
I see a plea . . . and the wounded face of God.
“It is our Right!” they rant. “Our Right!”Yes,” I whisper, small and foolish,“But the Babies, the little Babies.”
I thought it was pretty darn funny that the charlatans at the Disco’tute were unable to produce a biologist within a discussion of biological evolution.
Outside of fundamentalist religious ministries and repositories for religious cranks such as the Disco’tute, evolutionary biologists do research and publish in peer reviewed journals addressing not just questions related to matters of evolutionary science, but also to matters such as development and testing of computational tools that are used to study evolutionary biology.