Unlike Les, I seldom found much humor the the few times that I visited Creation Science web sites. However, I recently found this one, which really is good for some laughs. The pages on the Creation Science Fair, and on applying Game Theory to Christian Apologetics and are a couple of gems.
Tongue out of cheek. The July/August issue of the Skeptical Inquirer contains Matt Young’s review of the new book, Unintelligent Design, by Mark Perakh. The book provides a critical analysis of the works of of Dembreski (The Design Inference, Intelligent Design, and No Free Lunch), Johnson (Darwin on Trial and The Wedge of Truth), and Behe (Darwin’s BlackBox) as well as a number of less well known creationists. It also discusses the practice of science. Although the review is favorable, Young indicates some problems with the organization of the book, its occasional tendency toward repetition, and a couple of areas where he believes that Perakh is off the mark technicaly.
Even though much of the information in the book is available at Perakh’s web site. I ordered the book. It may just be an age thing, but, if there is a lot of reading involved, I much prefer a book or hard copy to the computer screen.
Young also mentions a couple of other books that debunk ID propositions—Ceationism’s Trojan Horse by Barbara Forrest and Paul Gross, God, the Devil and Darwin by Niall Shanks and an anthology Why Intelligent Design Fails: A Scientific Critique of the New Creationism coedited by Young and Tanner Edis. As far as I can tell none of these have been cited in posts.