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|Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Feb. 11 2011,19:03)|
|Quote (MichaelJ @ Feb. 11 2011,17:02)|
|Quote (Raevmo @ Feb. 12 2011,07:11)|
|The crap Sal is spouting about diffusion equations in population genetics is just so annoyingly wrong.|
Oleg, please be a bit harsher on that clown. At least point out that (1) Kimura is not the pioneer of diffusion equations in popgen, but Fisher (1922) and Wright (1931) were, as Kimura of course acknowledges. (2) The (deterministic) selection part of the equation dominates the (random) diffusion part when Ns>>1. (3) He's a lying SOB with wet dreams about Jeebus taking him in the arse.
Did Sal flunk his physics studies at John Hopkins by now? It's hard to imagine that such an idiot would be able to get a degree in physics.
I think it is like the lack of sense of humour. I'm sure that he can pass by memorising equations and following procedures but fails miserably when he has to make intuitive leaps.
I think other than pure ignorance, this is the only reason a creationist can remain a creationist
Ah, the ability to create. The fundamental thing that your average creationist is lacking. Regurgitate, sure. Create? Absolutely not.
The thing about Sal is that he's the sort of creationist that equivocates by saying that "all the required information is not yet in to be able to make a decision". He goes on about DNA sequencing improving in the future and that will prove whatever ID talking point he's currently on. But he's been saying that for years (search my comments for Solextra) and so far, well, if it had happened you can be sure we'd know about it.
So Sal. I saw through you on day one. How's university? I hear that some smart people go there. You get on with them much?
Well, to be fair, only God can create things, dontcha' know!
"Just think if every species had a different genetic code We would have to eat other humans to survive.." : Joe G