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|Quote (afarensis @ Mar. 01 2012,10:04)|
|Quote (DiEb @ Mar. 01 2012,08:41)|
|Just an idea for Marks, Dembski, etc. : You wanted to create the impression that the symposium was held by the Cornell University - that's why you used the carefully crafted abstract: |
Perhaps it is enough to create the impression that Springer Verlage published the proceedings? You could try to get the interest of the Axel Springer Verlag - perhaps a short article in the Bild-Zeitung? Then you could still claim that you were published by Springer, and that's what this is all about....
|In the spring of 2011, a diverse group of scientists gathered at Cornell University to discuss their research into the nature and origin of biological information. This symposium brought together experts in information theory, computer science, numerical simulation, thermodynamics, evolutionary theory, whole organism biology, developmental biology, molecular biology, genetics, physics, biophysics, mathematics, and linguistics. This volume presents new research by those invited to speak at the conference.|
Apparently it was cosponsored by Physicians and Surgeons for Scientific Integrity
|Recently Physicians and Surgeons for Scientific Integrity (PSSI) co-sponsored an international symposium entitled "Biological Information - New Perspectives" that was attended by many PhD scientists to address the question: "What is biological information and where docs it come from?"|
The symposium was held at the Slater Hotel on the Cornell University Campus.
The published article at that link is ... interesting. It's all there: Darwin, Racism, Hitler and so on ... also, the author repeatedly uses the word 'proves'.
I do not think that word means what he thinks it means.
It is refreshing to see the author, a Christian, state that Christians were deeply involved the slave trade, though. He wouldn't last 3 posts at UD before being KF'd to death.
Joe: Most criticisims of ID stem from ignorance and jealousy.
Joe: As for the authors of the books in the Bible, well the OT was authored by Moses and the NT was authored by various people.
Byers: The eskimo would not need hairy hair growth as hair, I say, is for keeping people dry. Not warm.