Your local PBS station, 8-10PM Eastern Standard Time… either you or your video recorder should make a date with “Judgment Day”, NOVA’s exploration of the Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District case. It features interviews with many of the people involved, and reenactments of courtroom encounters based on the transcripts.
This is “must-see” TV.
Update: Rob Pennock and I drove to York Haven and got to view the NOVA show in the company of all but one of the KvD plaintiffs, Eric Rothschild, Steven Harvey, Richard Katskee, Vic Walczak, Genie Scott, Kevin Padian, Barbara Forrest, Laurie Lebo, and Burt Humburg.
I’ll post some photos later.
Kevin Padian hands out “Friend of Darwin” awards to the plaintiffs.
This is a picture during the “Judgment Day” broadcast. Note Prof. Steve Steve in the middle.
Rob Pennock signs Burt Humburg’s copy of “Tower of Babel”.
It’s 2:24 AM, and the party is breaking up.
Update: Last week, I got an email forwarded from WGBH asking for a high-resolution photo of Paul Nelson. I provided several for consideration, and during the program I thought I recognized one of them. I’ve just put up the recorded show and, yes, the picture they displayed of Paul Nelson is one that I took back in 2002, at the public opening event for the Research and Progress in Intelligent Design (RAPID) conference at Biola. The blocky thing in the background is the Biola gynmasium scoreboard.
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