Joined: Oct. 2006
|Quote (Bob O'H @ April 13 2009,02:06)|
|And William Wallace gets things backwards: |
Had he bothered to read the paper (it's freely available!), he would have seen that the first part of the discussion is about precisely this.
|This is a point that many evolanders don’t seem to understand: Models, even useful models, can be wrong.|
More generally, I think almost every professional "Evolander" would see his point as trivially true.
Oooh, oooh, ... brownie points for me ... this has been in my sig for years:
|All models are wrong, some models are useful. - George E. P. Box|
And what, again, is that ID model of the history of life?
Invoking intelligent design in science is like invoking gremlins in engineering. [after Mark Isaak.]
All models are wrong, some models are useful. - George E. P. Box