Michael Behe is still bitter from losing the Dover trial. Listen to this from his Amazon blog:
"Like almost all reviews by Darwinists, this one begins with a genuflection to the Dover trial, where a former-head-of-the-Pennsylvania-Liquor-Control-Board-appointed-judge, showing no evidence he actually understood the academic arguments of either side, copied almost word for word the document handed to him at the end of the trial by the lawyers for the complainant. This was his 'decision.'"
Apparently the fact that the judge was head of the Liquor Board Control means that he cannot understand science or the constitution. Besides, Behe, it was you creationists who brought this case to court, trying to force ID in schools.
He goes on:
"On occasion I receive astonished inquiries from Europeans asking how Americans can allow a judge to rule on what are essentially philosophical matters."
It isn't a philosophical matter. You have the right of free expression, and you can continue writing whatever pseudoscience you want. This case is about whether or not you get to shove your philosophy/religion into science class. Judge Jones went out of his way to state that his ruling was NOT over whether you're ideas were correct or not, just whether ID should be taught in Science Class. Click here, launch the interactive, and listen to the first statement.
"On another interesting note, read Behe's claims about mutations not "adding anything biochemically new". Abbie Smith has proven that to be false on her blog. Check out this:
"The major difference between the genomes of HIV-1 and HIV-2 is the fact that HIV-2 lacks the vpu gene and has a vpx gene not contained in HIV-1"
By the way, ID on Trial is set to air November 14 on PBS. Be sure to check it out.