Skip to comments.A War Between Science and Religon? Ask Isaac Newton(a Scientist Guided by religious fervor)
Posted on 06/20/2007 9:05:55 AM PDT by SirLinksalot
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==He should have cited the source of the corrections. Some appear to be lifted directly from my FR post to you.
==Also, I note in one of his corrections he has quoted wholesale, without attribution, from the Darwin Central blog titled “A Look at Creation Science Part IV.”
I was the one who sent him the Darwin Central link he is quoting from. Thus, I’m sure it’s just an oversight on Dr. Pitman’s part. After all, he knows that I sent him the link. And he also knows that the Darwin Central link contains a link that links back to him. So I highly doubt there is any foul play (if that is what you are implying)—GGG
It is a matter of scholarship, not "foul play."
If you cite several paragraphs of someone else's work, you cite that work. And you cite it correctly (which Dr. Pitman did).
Like I said, I’m sure it was just an oversight. I can understand your motivations if you feel compelled to jump all over it. Having said that, I think it’s safe to say it will be fixed in short order.
Now that attribution has been properly given, how about answering Dr. Pitman’s article on problems/assumption re: Carbon 14 and Tree dating!
PS I also noticed that your favorite website has strayed into another scientific controversy: AIDS. Can’t these guys get anything right? What’s next, are they going to start keeping track of Human-Caused-Global-Warming denialists too? One thing’s for sure, this just goes to show that Darwinist ideology mucks-up anything it touches.
Newton set 2060 for end of world
The Daily Telegraph | February 22, 2003 | Jonathan Petre
Posted on 02/21/2003 8:35:31 PM EST by MadIvan
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