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Perhaps best to leave the article as published

Posted by cjanis on 02 Mar 2016 at 21:52 GMT

Actually this article could extremely important in the battle against creationism. The conclusion of the authors is their interpretation of the data, not necessarily something that the data actually show: but the publication of such an article clearly puts paid to the assertion that no creationists are "allowed" to present their views in scientific journals. Now their conclusions can be dealt with by the scientific community, and the whinging about censorship can itself be silenced.

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RE: Perhaps best to leave the article as published

WallaceSouza replied to cjanis on 04 Mar 2016 at 00:15 GMT

Well, the data also does not show any shred of supporting evidence for theory of evolution, despite of the artificial attempts at conciliating scientific data with the outdated and failed theory of evolution.

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