Check out this 'news' from my doppelgangers at 'Intelligently Sequenced':
A post at Uncommon Descent entitled, 'NY Academy of Sciences peer-reviewed paper acknowledges ID proponents,' contains the following remark:Oh wow! NY Academy of Sciences! Well cool! Thats a real journal, not 'Medical Hypothesis'! So I click around, trying to find a link to this paper, and I accidentally give UD a hit. Seems they just posted on this topic too:
"Most Darwinists erroneously predicted that 98.7% of the DNA was devoid of function (“junk”), while the ID/ET theory correctly predicted some yet to be decoded function of junkDNA."
I’ve been delayed in reporting that a peer-reviewed paper in the annals of the New York Academy of Sciences by Richard Sternberg gives an acknowledgement to several ID proponents. In 'On the Roles of Repetitive DNA Elements in the Context of a Unified Genomic-Epigenetic System' it says:So I clicked around a bit more. When was this paper published?
I also thank Drs. Paul Nelson, Stanley Salthe, Jonathan Wells, and Todd Wood (alphabetical order)for their very helpful criticisms of the manuscript.
Congrats to all those involved.
ROFL!!! What the hell?? 'Delayed in reporting' is a bit of an understatement there, Sally Baby. And that 'Richard Sternberg' name sure sounds familiar... Hmm where have I heard this name before...
The Sternberg Affair! YAY!!
After a preliminary perusal of this groundbreaking 2002 paper (that has been ignored, even by ID Creationists), its exactly what you all would expect. Misuse of real words, use of non-words, no data, *yawn*
I wish I had found this before I started writing up my 'Viral World' posts-- I would have held off on those. And Ive still got to fisk Horowitzs 'peer reviewed' paper. Ak! lol!