Joined: July 2006
|Quote (sparc @ Jan. 06 2008,07:31)|
|IIRC The reason Sal could not take up the offer at the info lab was directly because of the evil darwiniods.|
At UD his story rather says that he was afraid of the consequences:
|I got the sense Baylor was putting Dr. Marks in their gunsights and that they would also put me indirectly in their gunsights as well if I worked at the informatics lab.|
After I received late confirmation this Tuesday of my acceptance into the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering, I informed Dr. Marks with my regrets that I would no longer seek enrollment into Baylor’s Engineering program. I cited developments which have been in the news along with my acceptance into the Whiting School of Engineering at Johns Hopkins.
At the EXPELLED pages he tells a different story
|In the Spring and Summer of 2007, Dr. Robert Marks of Baylor University offered me 2 years tuition and a small salary to work as his research assistant in the Evolutionary Informatics Lab.|
The research at the lab would have overturned the false and misleading computer simulations used by Darwinists to win a major court case against ID proponents (Dover). I would have drawn a small salary and had my tuition paid to get a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering. All told, the offer amounted to about $40,000.
The Informatics Lab was shut down in August by the Darwinists at Baylor when it was evident the scientific research would put certain Darwinist organizations around the country out of business and into disrepute. With the lab shutting down, so went my offer. Prior to this episode, I was a GMU student. I graduated with 3 degrees in scientific disciplines from GMU. At GMU, I was at Dr. Caroline Crocker's side in 2005 when the reporter from the prestigious scientific journal, Nature, interviewed us for a major story about ID on the college campuses. I knew that day would be the end of her career. Our story was told in the April 28, 2005 edition of Nature. It was the cover story. 3 weeks after our story was published, the Darwinists at GMU expelled her. Thankfully I already had my degree from GMU….I'm now a grad student at Johns Hopkins University and have greatly reduced my public involvement in the ID movement so that I can get through school…
And now a third version
|For example, I shouldn’t have to worry about studying engineering or physics because I reject Darwinism, but the forces enforcing political correctness cost me and other grad students an opportunity at Baylor when they shut down distinguished professor Robert Mark’s evolutionary informatics lab. All told, the Darwinists cost me (and if not me, another grad student) $40,000 in tuition and stipends. This sort of political correctness is bad for business, especially when we should be seeking ways to get engineering and applied physics students through our educational system, not trying to get rid of them because they are skeptical of the status quo.|
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