Regarding your front-page story, "GOP group revisits Intelligent Design," in flat-out contradiction to the ignorant assertion that "the universe and the world is so complex that it couldn't have evolved by chance and that a greater power had a hand in its making," the theory of evolution does not assert that chance alone is the driving force of evolution.
In fact, the primary force in evolution, natural selection, is an anti-chance process! Contrary to Miller's religiously driven wishful thinking-based assertion that "evolution has no scientific basis," the fact is that the theory of evolution is the scientific base of all of modern biological science.
Indeed, it is Miller's religious creationist fantasy that "has no scientific basis!"
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