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Author Topic:   Meyer's Hopeless Monster
RAZD
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Message 3 of 207 (136918)
08-26-2004 12:18 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by Nic Tamzek
08-25-2004 9:56 PM


thanks for the links. the article appears to have been pulled and there is no abstract ... may have to go to the ID sites to see it (hopefully unchanged).

This is also relevant:

A Long Walk Off a Short Peer Review

The Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington (PBSW) is a respected, if somewhat obscure, biological journal specializing in papers of a systematic and taxonomic nature, such as the description of new species. A review of issues in evolutionary theory is decidedly not its typical fare, even disregarding the creationist nature of Meyer’s paper. The fact that the paper is both out of the journal’s typical sphere of publication, as well as dismal scientifically, raises the question of how it made it past peer review. The answer probably lies in the editor, Richard von Sternberg. Sternberg happens to be a creationist and ID fellow traveler who is on the editorial board of the Baraminology Study Group at Bryan College in Tennessee. (The BSG is a research group devoted to the determination of the created kinds of Genesis.)


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Message 5 of 207 (137086)
08-26-2004 2:28 PM
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08-26-2004 2:22 PM


Re: Article up at the DI
Thanks - bookmarked for later reading (I usually need to take some 'thinking breaks' when going over these kind of things ... heh)


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Message 7 of 207 (138793)
09-01-2004 12:11 PM
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08-26-2004 2:22 PM


Re: Article up at the DI
Nick

article appears to have moved:

http://www.discovery.org/scripts/viewDB/index.php?command=view&id=2177


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Message 13 of 207 (140710)
09-07-2004 4:28 PM
Reply to: Message 12 by Percy
09-07-2004 2:00 PM


Re: BSOW Distances Itself from Article
are they getting a new editor?

and too bad Ohio didn't have that AAAS resolution.


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