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Bebbo



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 30 2006,14:16   

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Isn't Dembski's Wikipedia article factually accurate? What's the issue?

PS: Yet again, DaveScot gets shut down on a foreign corner of the internet and retreats to UD.

I don't think the Dembski page on Wikipedia is completely accurate. But nevertheless it's obviously written with a certain bias.

Factual / Pro Science?

I don't think it's completely factual. For instance it claimed that Dembski has no papers on any subject published in an academic journal but his CV shows a couple published in statistical journals. Even though I'm no fan of Dembski it does bug me that his Wiki page is obviously written from a totally anti-ID standpoint. I do think it's biased just by the choice of content, even if most of it is true.

  
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