Neel and Mark Ingman were talking one day about backs and back pain, and knee pain. Which led to an idea that turned into a book called Not Very Intelligent Design.
The conversation began by assuming the position that man was designed by an intelligent designer.
Then the task was to analyse all parts of the human body with regard to the expertise of the designer, all the while approaching the subject with honesty, an open mind, and with all due respect.
To some, Intelligent Design is an important subject worthy of serious academic study. To others it’s as worthy as a thesis on The Promiscuity of the Tooth Fairy.
Mark Ingman has never seen or experienced anything without feeling the need to criticize, rate and redesign it.
When he walks into a house he’ll often observe that the bathroom is in the wrong place, and that the alignment of the structure totally ignores the path of the sun.
Neel Ingman is not as belligerently opinionated, but is still prepared to discuss and, if necessary, debate any topic at any time, with anybody or anything.
Sturgeon’s Law says that 90% of everything is crap. Mark Ingman thinks at least 99% of everything is crap. And when it comes to houses designed in the last hundred years that rises to at least 99.99%.
Most conversations with Mark and Neel involve something getting a mark out of ten and may contain up to 90% digression and nonsense.
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Not Very Intelligent Design is a thorough examination of the human body from top to bottom with every part being rated out of ten, in terms of excellence or even plain competence, given the tools of the designer.
It’s also bursting with fun facts and tall tales, and true ones too, that may or may not be closely related to the body parts we know so well. The body parts that we were blessed or cursed with.
To find out the overall rating, the ultimate score, the final reckoning…
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Not Very Intelligent Design