The problem with science

One of them, anyhow, is with its definition. Scott Adams accurately pokes the concept of falsifiability with a sharp stick:

Infotainment questions for the day:

1. Do we have the technology to seed that planet with life?

2. How do we know the Gliese 581 Csians didn’t seed life on Earth?

It seems to me that we now have a falsifiable hypothesis for Intelligent Design on Earth. My hypothesis is that it came from Gliese 581 C. I call that science. We should teach it in schools.

1. Assuming we can hit something that far away, yes.

2. We don’t, actually, but it will certainly be amusing to ask Richard Dawkins to explain why he is sure it almost certainly didn’t happen thanks to Natural Selection multiplied by a whole lot of time.