Joined: July 2006
|The Trebino story shows the root-problem at work: basic loss of respect for truth and fairness to others, AKA incivility.|
It is not just on Darwinism, but across a lot of issues, whether labelled science, education, environment, “reproductive rights” (NOT right to life], etc etc. It crops up in the complaints over Wikipedia’s hit pieces in the name of “knowledge,” and it is in the textbooks, mass market books, monographs, journals, conference proceedings, lecture courses, museums, newspaper and magazine columns, TV Channels and web sites etc that are too often putting up misleading shadow-shows that are too often standing in for the truth.
Notice the scare quotes around “reproductive rights”. I can imagine how Gordon feels about “reproductive rights”.
And seems that Gordon is happy to complain about textbooks, mass market books, monographs, journals, conference proceedings, lecture courses, museums, newspaper and magazine columns but when it comes to doing something about it he stalls. He could start by writing up a paper on FSCI and getting it reviewed. But no, Gordon "scare quotes" Mullings thinks that a blog is the best way to change the oh so unfair world.
I also mentioned that He'd have to give me a thorough explanation as to *why* I must "eat human babies".
if there are even critical flaws in Gauger’s work, the evo mat narrative cannot stand