En ny artikkel av Dr. Joseph Kuhn ved Kirurgisk avdeling ved Baylor University Medical Center publisert i det fagfelle-vurderte tiddskrift Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings reiser kritikk mot både kjemisk og biologisk evolusjon. Med tittelen ”Disseksjon av Darwinismen”, åpner artikkelen med å referere noen av de argumenter som stiller spørsmål ved kjemisk og biologisk evolusjon, fremført i en debatt ved Texas State Board of Education.
Utfordringene til kjemisk og biologisk evolusjon omfatter (link)
På et spørsmål svarte Dr. Gary S. Hurd:
"I wrote an article rebutting Kuhn. The Baylor journal was going to publish, but literally the last minutes backed out. I was encouraged to revise it for NCSE Reports, but the formats and the Reports more general focus made it too much work.
All Kuhn did was to paraphrase Wells, and Meyer. He cribbed their arguments, and bibliographies almost exactly."
Her er de direkte responser på innholdet av det Kuhn skrev:
Overskriftene er link:
also the current proprietor of The Four Stone Hearth. The
Four Stone Hearth is a bi-weekly blog carnival devoted to all things
by Gary S. Hurd
I received a doctorate in Social Science (emphasis in Anthropology) from the University of California, Irvine in 1976. For the next 10 years I was a medical researcher and professor of psychiatry leaving the Medical College of Georgia in 1986. I held numerous adjunct appointments and returned full-time to archaeology, my first interest. I have received honors for teaching and research and involved dozens of undergraduate students in published research.
Jerry A. Coyne, Ph.D is a Professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolution at the University of Chicago and a member of both the Committee on Genetics and the Committee on Evolutionary Biology. Coyne received a B.S. in Biology from the College of William and Mary. He then earned a Ph.D. in evolutionary biology at Harvard University in 1978, working in the laboratory of Richard Lewontin. After a postdoctoral fellowship in Timothy Prout's laboratory at The University of California at Davis, he took his first academic position as assistant professor in the Department of Zoology at The University of Maryland. In 1996 he joined the faculty of The University of Chicago.
Larry Moran is a Professor in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Toronto. You can contact him by looking up his email address on the University of Toronto website.
Etterskrift: Baylor utfører vel hva som kalles backpedalling her
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