Intelligent cataloguing

As I report in more detail on my other weblog, while I was in the Liverpool branch of Waterstone's bookshop last Thursday, I took it upon myself to move Michael Behe's creationist book Darwin's Black Box out of the science section and to place it in the religion and spirituality section where it rightly belongs.

It turns out I am not the first to do this.

An interesting example of convergent evolution, perhaps.

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