Ray Sutera thoughtfully sent a note: The New York Times has a story detailing the expulsion of evolutionary biologist P. Z. Myers from a preview of the creationist movie “Expelled!”
Myers’ account is still funnier.
Why there need to be previews: Myers notes (see the footnote) that the movie appears to again plagiarize
s Harvard University’s animation of the operation of a cell, an old creationist trick. If the lawyers get their way, that will be gone by the general release.
Update on the need for previews: See Myers’ note in which he explains that the cell animation in the movie is not Harvard’s exactly, but a copy of Harvard’s version, repeating Harvard’s errors. It’s an attempt to avoid plagiarizing by adding bad grammar, sorta.