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Author Topic:   Should we teach both evolution and religion in school?
nator
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Message 143 of 1323 (579625)
09-05-2010 9:24 AM
Reply to: Message 88 by archaeologist
08-12-2010 9:45 PM


many scientists who are sent papers to check, do not repeat the experiments or even read them.

How do you know this?

You do realize that when someone is asked to review a paper for a reputable scientific journal, theyhave to provide a detailed analysis of it along with reccommendations for improvements, fatal flaws, etc., don't you?

Not reading the paper makes that step rather impossible.

Also, scientists reviewing papers for publication are not supposed to do replications. Replication happens by other labs who read the papers after publication.


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nator
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Message 144 of 1323 (579632)
09-05-2010 9:36 AM
Reply to: Message 139 by archaeologist
09-05-2010 12:56 AM


genes
Do you accept that DNA is the basis of heredity?

Edited by nator, : No reason given.


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