Can science find a use for the scientific vacuity of intelligent design?
i think the use is already there, and being employed in our favor. if cultists christian whack-jobs are in classrooms, yapping about intelligent design, to other whack-jobs crazy enough to listen to them... ...then at least they aren't out bombing abortion clincs and trying to burn gay people at the stake, or burning crosses in the yards of non-whites... etc etc etc... even though they are wasting time and space, at least while they're yapping at a blackboard, they're not hurting anyone.
Yes. I have a very high military security clearance, so I'll have to ask you to keep this all under your hat ( or helmet or whatever), -- but the scuttlebutt is, that we're in the process of building, ( in Area 51 ), a very large concrete bunker where the government intends to bury all those things that the government certifies to be non-existent. The real hope is that it may be dug up, at such a time that science is able to produce something from nothing, and put it to good use by intelligent design. Remember you didn't hear it here.----Loose lips sink ships, ( or whatever it is they sink).
If you believe the intelligent design argument to be vacuous, then why would science have any use for it? Just keep telling yourself, you are the result of random chance and evolution on a planet where the chances life could exist as being so astronomically impossible statistically as to defy logic. .
Maybe mathematics could use it as the inverse of infinity. The could call it inanity.
How very Levi Strauss-ian. The Useful Lies and all.