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In my last column, I began by quoting Thomas Sowell, who said that “it takes a high IQ to evade the obvious” as a commentary on all manner of things that I believe are (or should be) intuitively obvious to reasonable people but that supposedly highly intelligent people try to explain away by using all sorts of sophisticated buffoonery. I then went on to use the recent debate about human origins between Bill Nye, “the science guy.” and Ken Ham, president of Answers in Genesis in Northern Kentucky, as a perfect example of this phenomenon.
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