|Wesley R. Elsberry
Joined: May 2002
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|Quote (MrIntelligentDesign @ Oct. 01 2015,07:50)|
Or you could write a paper, have it published, then discussed... like actual scientists do.
Or do you follow the Dembski logic where you have realized that you'd get more money from a book and your "scientific paper" would get tossed in the trash by any reasonable journal?
What if the peer-reviewers were dumber than you? What would you do??
I wrote civil responses to the editor that took up the reviewer's concerns and demonstrated that my position was correct.
So, what does Edgar do, if not that?
That is called an APPEAL. Nature Journal has does system but the one who works on that section was also dumb!
Thus, oh my goodness, science book is the best solution for that and wait until those dumb generations die and be replaced with new generation.
No, it is called a "response". Trying to appeal to an editor's better nature doesn't turn the process into an appeal.
"You can't teach an old dogma new tricks." - Dorothy Parker