If you're following the debate about the possible existence of adequate evidence for a god, you should read Jerry Coyne's newest post on the topic. I am, as noted earlier, on Coyne's side in this debate, while most others think that no kind of evidence in principle would be enough to tentatively establish that any god(s) exists.
The problem has a lot to do with definitions, and Myers, Pigliucci, and Sweet set the bar pretty high (intolerably high, in fact, imo).
Jerry's post links to a paper by Boudry et al. that seems a must to read if you're interested in this topic. Apparently Rob Pennock is another proponent of the view that “science is simply not equipped to deal with the supernatural and therefore has no authority on the issue.” Pennock is here at MSU downstairs from me, so I will try to catch him and ask about it. Stay tuned...
Kurt Gödel's Open World
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