Ah, Creationism's last stand. Unable to compete on a truly scientific level (having no scientific theories to speak of) they are reduced to taking pot-shots at the scientific community for not letting them play. Never mind that they refuse to play by the rules, they seem to think that their ignorance should be treated with the same respect as the accumulated knowledge of real scientists, that their ancient scribblings should trump the mountains of evidence in favour of evolution, and that where there are any areas of doubt, their position should win by default. A film that goes out of its way to quote leading scientists out of context, and where the only useful scientific material is shamelessly plagiarised is probably the best they can do. It's disappointing that they have an audience but such is the state of decay of the American education system.
Perry's ridiculous and repeated assertions that Dawkins really meant what Stein edited and interpreted him to mean, rather than what Dawkins himself claims he meant are, like most of what Perry writes, too pointless to be worthy of consideration. That's not Perry's fault; he's just not smart enough to understand any of the issues here. Those who doubt this need only browse his posting history.
I'm disappointed with the odious glee that BurnTheShips seems to take at what he wrongly perceives to be an embarrassment for evolutionists. That he has some sort of agenda is obvious from his continued use of the bizarre phrase "the Dawkins" which he has not yet satisfactorily explained. His behaviour in this thread is very similar to one where he leapt to embrace a claim that Darwin was responsible for Nazism, not stopping for a moment to check the source, or even, one must assume, to mull over the absurdity of the claims in his mind. Perhaps he learnt something from that episode, though, as his claims in this thread are little more than name-calling rather than the outright lies he propagated in that thread. Still, it's quite revealing behaviour.