Joined: Sep. 2002
|Quote (N.Wells @ Mar. 26 2011,23:41)|
|Elsewhere in the world of Mung, from ARN, illustrating the general concept of Mung's time being valuable and his hating to waste it, as well as the inability of the anti-evolution crowd to ever make a simple admission of error:|
|Mung: Where in the paper do Montanez et. al claim that evolution is 'unguided?' I can't find it.|
Escherichia: It is in the abstract.
Mung: So you agree it's not a claim they make in their paper.
Me: An abstract is an integral part of a paper (so a claim in an abstract constitutes a claim in the paper).
Mung: For the sake of argument, let's say you are correct. To wit, a claim in an abstract constitutes a claim in the paper.
Mung has even begun digging up Walter ReMine's corpse again over at Telic Thoughts:
|Is that the same G.C. Williams who wrote:|
|In my opinion the [Haldane's Dilemma] problem|
was never solved, by Wallace or anyone else.
Which isn't surprising. He has been ReMine's devoted cabana boy for years, long before ARN.
Those who know the truth are not equal to those who love it-- Confucius