Joined: Nov. 2012
|Quote (Arctodus23 @ Jan. 01 2014,23:16)|
|New "Scientific" Volume passes censorship. Nothing NEW|
The IDists are at it again. But this time, with the wonderful story of the "scientific" volume that passes through "censorship" (i.e. peer-review, where every bit of your crap is reviewed for any sight of errors, and there's a LOT, if not, ALL errors in ID creationism).
This is the bit that first caught my eye (my bold):
|You see, originally Biological Information: New Perspectives was set to be published by Springer, but Springer illegally violated the book's publication contract by cancelling it ... |
I had no idea it was illegal to cancel a business contract. Gosh, what do you suppose the criminal penalty for canceling a contract could be? Just life in prison or is it a capital case?
That, plus the minor stupidity that the book is not the possessor of the contract -- the authors/corporation are/is the possessor(s) of the contract -- and I had to quit reading before I broke something.
Goddamned Casey Luskin. What a stooge.