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Message 267 of 653 (655131)
03-07-2012 5:34 PM
Reply to: Message 266 by foreveryoung
03-07-2012 5:00 PM


Re: proving setterfield wrong?
I was reading about that on another thread and saw someone say that the constancy of the quasar period proves setterfields speed of light theories wrong. Can someone point me to an article on the web where this was done?
This paper has several refutations of Setterfield's c-decay theory, including the discussion on pulsars:
http://homepage.mac.com/...1/cdecay/cdecay_2007Jellison2.pdf

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Message 274 of 653 (655204)
03-08-2012 4:21 PM
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03-08-2012 4:09 PM


Re: searching online through the literature
A good resource is Google Scholar:
scholar.google.com
You can even choose to keep patents out of the search results. Most of the returns will be peer reviewed papers. I actually prefer Google Scholar over Pubmed when searching for biomedical research papers.
For physics, the classic database is arXiv.org, but biology is more my thing so others may know of a better resource for physics papers.

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Message 276 of 653 (655216)
03-08-2012 6:05 PM
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03-08-2012 4:42 PM


Re: searching online through the literature
Using the search terms "bank gully erosion precipitation" at scholar.google.com returned quite a few papers that appear to be up your alley.

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Message 497 of 653 (860676)
08-09-2019 5:59 PM
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07-11-2019 9:50 AM


Re: Please name this fallacy
mike the wiz writes:
CONCLUSION: I think atheists can use things like confirmation bias and post hoc reasoning just as technicalities. It's a way of broadly concluding all prayer is unanswered, as a sort of sweeping generalisation, where in actuality they themselves don't know that it was not answered.
That would be a classic burden of proof fallacy.

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