Joined: Aug. 2005
|My main problem is that I want to see unbiased and unadulterated evidence..,|
This is not a problem, Daniel, this is a good thing. It is always worth trying to look at the primary evidence to see if there is error or bias in interpretation.
|I decided what I needed was just to see the evidence for myself.|
This is the reason I have sought out authors such as Berg, Schindewolf, Denton, Davison and others.
But should you not then look at the evidence on which they base their hypotheses rather than accepting their interpretations without question? This must be especially so in the case of Berg and Schindewolf as Berg wrote "Nomogenesis" in 1922 and Schindewolf was proposing saltation as a hypothesis in the '30s. A lot of evidence, the elucidation of the genetic code, for instance, was unavailable to them.
I think Berg was quite a polymath, producing works in geography and ichthyology, although there is a question mark as to whether he had some influence on the later disastrous ideas of Trofim Lysenko.
Michael Denton seems to have distanced himself from the Discovery Institute lately, and his current research project seems very laudable.