[QUOTE]Originally posted by peter borger: Do a wild guess why it will not be published in a peer reviewed journal. Read Spetner. He tried several times to get articles that disprove evolution in peer reviewed journals. But such articles simply keep coming back: rejected. (Read: Communication with Dr Max on the True Origin Site). Yes, it is a hard world for defenders of the truth.
I wish you well, Peter[/B][/QUOTE]
If you want to publish your ideas, you must be careful not to present your arguments as Creationist arguments or make claims to have overturned the ToE. If you present your findings without doing so, you should have no trouble getting your ideas published if they are with merit. People get controversial ideas published all the time. You just have to present your evidence for nonrandom mutations, etc. and let the scientific community digest this.
quote:Originally posted by peter borger: Dear SLPx,
Thanks for suggesting that I am a liar. It only demonstrates your own weaknesses. It is not of any relevance whether I am from the Netherlands, Australia, or where ever, or whether I have an academical degree or not (another fallacy, often used to bluff off laymen). You should come up with hard arguments that overthrow my claim otherwise I claim the NDT officially demised! If this is all you can, I feel really sorry for you (I will pray for you),
Best wishes, Peter
Two things. First of all, just out of my own curiousity I was also wondering about your relevant publications. In the U.S., in order to obtain a Ph.D. one must usually publish. I would be interested to read your publications if you would share them.
Second, I was under the impression that you claimed to be agnostic. To whom do agnostics pray?