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Tom Ames

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(Permalink) Posted: June 03 2003,13:24   

Quote (charlie d @ June 03 2003,09:47)
I think Behe would qualify.  

He had 31 papers, including several in PNAS and JMB up to 1996.  Later in 1996, DBB comes out.  Since then, a 1997 in Biochem Biophys Res Commun, and something that looks like a review (or a theoretical paper - I don't have access) in 1998 in DNA Seq.  After that, nothing.

Sad, really...

I was thinking of Wells, also, but there wasn't much productivity before he "came out" as a public voice for ID.

Keep 'em coming, folks!

Maybe we can compile these stories into a "Catalog of Scientific Decrepitude" (CSD). I envision a lot of graphs showing catastophic decline in output and citation index, coincident with the public adoption of an ID stance.

-Tom Ames

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