The Good Model

From the Sunday Times:

Charles Darwin and the children of the evolution

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Much of the evidence remains sealed under a court order issued to minimise the risk of copycat killings, but from those documents that are in the public domain, it is clear that Eric Harris fantasised about putting everyone into a violent computer game that only the fittest could survive. And, like Darwin himself, he noted how vaccination might be interfering with nature’s weeding process. In his rantings Harris said he wished there were no vaccines, or even warning labels on dangerous goods, “and let natural selection take its course. All the fat, ugly, retarded, crippled dumbass, stupid f***heads in the world would die… Maybe then the human race can actually be proud of itself”.

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Worldviews have logical ends. While those devoted to Christianity don’t always live up to the commandments “Do unto others as you would have done unto you” and “Love your neighbor as yourself”, it sure is a good model.

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  1. This is one of the problems with proclaiming Darwinism dogmatically true — it becomes “the answer” to every question. Phenomena such as this young man’s “social Darwinism in action” become virtually inevitable.

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